The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
July 28, 1905


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Cocoa (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Resource Identifier:
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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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''10 =TITUSVILLE FLA. FRIDAY: "JULY 28 1905. NO. ]4. i
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\ 'fM" !:,THE. sAN,., ut. J'jioa.. CLEARANCE; SALE AT SUITE'S.
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iIIir'.,: : >.o ''' ..' .Harry rdi4e prominentTampameVchant i MONDAY JULY .31, 1905. 1k
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.Y; f.: e.:" !t.b 'of.' the Pretest. yeti : ,who- .'invaded the.home of,Copt.- en latest That Are Happening. We have a large quantity of goods Superintendent Hoilowa '. Circular LetterRegarding .
L' : I Charles Park, and.wboafterjdespoilinghis : -. which it is necessary to dispose.of to

..'{:.:.::! ",'p''i f., Portegyed,"; li..Brief.: > i' home,'shot Bim, was;found guilty ofaggravated Around Town' : :. make room for our fall stock. If you wish This Matter.

n ;:? Mr ItJl. Dawson,:of Fort Piercer'was ; assaqlt. and sentenced to-one .Next Sunday being'the ,fifth,Sunday in to buy dry goods at cost, and some at less The following circular letter recently ;- :... {
,, 'J toetil\\i for ofWedneediy. ban cost, now is your opportunity.We sent out Hon. W. M.
apart by
; Hollloway state
: .',. --" .t... ; year at hard labor in the county jail. the 'month Rev. H. G. Gibbons will wW! still continue our sale of shoes "-"- #
,";'; J1L-Albert+n'Wi1son*. of Fronten"-;.'was ,Judge,'Gordon, 'in_'his 'sentence 'of'the preach in Orlando. and dry goods this week,'and we will add superintendent of public instruction, and a I

j :I[:. r J inlville'Moaday< ?, meetingptatiy! :ofheifrienda prisoner, voiced ..the 'Ie 'imeu -;,6f .all The Miami Steam Laundry has made the following specialties to the sale: addressed (o each county superintendent A
Ladies' 26.inch umbrellas, just received of public instruction has caused
<-.- and, interviewing iner- honest en'whe he taM : a rippleof
: par ; : Mrs. C. Collins agent. Leave work at from of
the factory, of good quality gloria circles
excitement in school
.,;;,. ,...., ..,' "- "This court does not,,aetritsel'f' up,as a the F. E::C. Grocery Fine work, satisfaction silk, paragon frame and beautiful ban : ..a

: P'Mr*.Graber: and daughter, Miss Maggie preacher.or' a 'reformer; butfeels it" is guaranteed.Mr. dlt'S, some worth $2.00 and $250, at a "Tallahassee, Fla.,July 14,1905.-Dear

t3vnbent, : to'IndianolsWednesdayfo proper,tinder the circumstances,to.speak i special price of$1.49, also same|jn 28-inch Sir: In the future it will be necessary to :.,. 1 I i
H. Faust of
K tr formerly Brooklyn, for gentlemen. file with the state board of education an :, '.

"'..'f,,.'.'''','-' ',....... .ieit-- : ''wltb Mr., 8am- .Fields-- ,. -and plain on this occ 8ion., recently of New Smyrna, has rented the Children's parasols at a special price, application for state aid in instance :
... <: ."In all civilized. ;countries the right ofa of them low 19 cents. every ,
.17- photograph some as as
from F. M. "
: gallery Major
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"""'". j'-., ....,, I the of hit Some unusually low prices' in brillian- whether for the first time or as a renewaI'for
man t.o'prokm honor familyis
Pwh the 'H-year :.old on'Julia street.
; 0! (TMcBorney; son Taylor the ;
tines in endless varieties of colors. You same.
recognized when there, is little
Of Albert McBurney, colored, died Satur-- even For the medicine chest 'or sideboard I. might not need these now, but you will "For your guidance in making these, ,

"l} x''dsy'r_ fever;and was buried Sunday." ,honor to' protect. W. Harper whiskey is pre-eminently the. in a few weeks and you can save money applications, I submit the'following regulation -t A
hhe fs _sick with fever. "By your own testimony you are guilty by buying now.
father .
DOW better.
Sold "
: .. assault with intent to murder;_ There family whiskey-none by Ladies' ready-to-wear hats. We have 'which does not appear in the"
_i ru.T. tu, : rear of F...A. Lesley and R. K !Motlow. standard course of study: ',
was ample' evidence 10'eUPPan the but what few left
not many, are you can '.
aF Robbjna'. Jaw; office; .,; for styli h rigs. charge, and if the jury bad convicted_ yon Mr. J. F. Wooten, of 'Qxoa. has re- get; at almost any price. We don't ex- "(a) That the board will adhere' ;-

.sl i"&D.t!!1 ooMjrdere for tiaalingboth'doer- the court would have given you the full ived'his commission from the governor pest to get over 50 cents- on the dollar for strictly-to the regulation that aid be givenno

3 H and single. J. M.Osben" .'proprietor: extent of the law. and will meet with the county commissioners them. school making an average attendance
fc ; We still have about 300 of ladies' r
] J'1apr.-W. E. VinlahdinKham: 'of Miami, "Even in,savage countries_the sanctityof at their next regular meeting.We oxfords, in elegant stylus, never pairs mind the of less than fifty pupils. :

''Ft'tace np fIO:Fort.:.Fierce_ last week' on apiroepeettng 'the ,home is. recognized.: ..I, am con-, are pleased to statp that Miss Helen Tofits-all that we want put of them is '(h) That state aid will granted no '

; trip,rand may conclude to vinced that,my(construction-- of the law Wilson is rapidly recovering from her severe be cost. school unless! the building in which it is'
.. ; town. And as for lawns, batistes and organ- taught is owned the school 'authorities 1
: 46 tathat thriving by
t@ illness of month and
this :
: sound
., on 8ubjedisbased on com a past, we hopeto dies/we still have bunches them. You t. -
it:t.'fTR v;Yf i r It$..",a 'L rumored upon pretty good anjf mon sense, and it will continue to be the see her up and out again in a few days. may find any design yon are looking for, in fee'simple, and/contains at least .

!a thority'that Mr. G. Nolle has purchased law in this court, while I am,on the Mr. Alfred Cleveland, of Rockledge, and the price, I assure you, could not be two good recitation rooms.

4-iheAddison! property,.on Delespine grant; bench, until my decision is reversed by who is making an orange grove on the uplicated. "'(cj) That state aid will not be granted '
and embroideries almost
Laces at
any after July I, 1904, to .
-iy i and oleo the Elijah,Sackett cottage and some higher court old Camp place, on Banana creek, hastaken .rice. We have also a good many rem any EJhool'onle6S
f. l'f; grove. of four acres, in Mims. "It does not matter how this matter /vacation for a few weeks, owing nants of embroideries that you can buyat every teacher therein holds a legal and .
... unexpired certificate issued in Florida ..
.' ,Tbe Sims launch brought'quite party may affect you .or Mr. Park or any other to the hot weather and mosquitoes being a bargain. ;

from Courtenay to Titusvilie ,last tJatnrjdajr individual The question is the preser- pretty plentiful l in that section. I JULUJS Kuss, |the certificate of a principal of a high
fit... i Titnsville Fla.
: N school of
must be grade to show .
as .l
,: ";; .;with the expectation of eeeing'a hail vation of the home in. this county and Mr. .R. A. Bobbitt expects to leave this that he himself is qualified to teach -
F't V/game between Titusville and New Bmyr- state. No matter what may be's ENTERTAINMENT LAST NIGHT. any
: Friday morning for Kentucky to spend
subject in the high school of
_ materialize. views morally or immorally, you, a'married study;
lch did not
!tfflt"w; had leave the balance of the summer. He will visit Owing to the rainy weather yesterday the principal of a rural graded school ;

"' ; A letter received .from Perth Amboy, man, no right to your his daughter, whom he has not seen in afternoon the benefit entertainment for hall be required to hold at least a first
", home to violate the sanctity of another's.; .
N. J., announces, thatkPAPt..Ne1aoD and wenty-two years. Mr Bobbitt has die- the Methodist church last night at the grade certificate.' i

_ :-I: %!y, -'family may return in a few days as they If brother I were for passing sentence' like on ray I would own weed of his place in, Titusville, but will opera house was not largely attended, but "Do not fail to urge your teachers to .
a crime
;;: have found the beat excessive! in that9placeand yours return before ,the real severe winter the receipts at the door amounted to attend the teachers' summer training
give him,the extreme : .,-.
penalty. -
: prefer' the,balmy breezes of weather sets in north, returning with
t $18.55, and several dollars worth of schools, which began at Gainesville and' .
":... "The sentence of.the law, is that '
.,...?.fit.b., .;: Indian. river. you several people :who make their winter tickets were sold outside. The farce was Tallahassee last Monday. As have
be confined in the .
i.1i.-'J: '.. _i,[. .o;'1. .:;"If'Bradp. ,..;and."biby expect to labor'. ;. 'for .a period i of one county' jail". at bard home at 'Shiloh and Oak Hill most excellent, .Mrs. Kollins carrying it already noticed, the one at Gainesville is f

:' T'UW; sor'I;!;\ -;. "-.'. $.",;;,. ,- _',year." _'i J.. Mr.; S Jv: Fields of Indianola! ,. wasVi8itfn6htitelatfft through with great success.' The quartette conducted for white teachers, and the one, ;.

: :,.& u-_az..,.. ; < ; Ftii=Ti terille from singing i was.fioeandwaL loudly_encored. Tallahassee forcoloredteachers.Yonre "
: BiasmpMBHTs or wan. .
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for'iyfew. Weds after which shex until afternoon. Mr. ., Indian River band furnished the :
mfbotan. ,, Shipments of fish from Titnsville have Saturday Monday very truly, .W. M. HOLLOWAY, : t.

..;- :expects to' spend oa while in Asheville been pretty heavy this week. About 83 Fields is the pioneer settler on Merritt's music. "State Supt. Pub. lost." t ,f

and also visit her mother Tennessee. Island, he and his family coming here in Superintendent Holloway, when interviewed 'f
barrels of fish
; ,were shipped Tuesday, !TITUSVILLE BOYS ABROAD.
.'; <" The ,friends of Mr. and Mrs. Julius about 60 barrels Wednesday and about I 1870. The next settler on the island was by a correspondent of the Times. y
Dr. Wittfeld, who came a or softer,, Commenting on .the recent game the Union said the
year that
1 ;Kline up and down the river, will be 40 barrels yesterday, making in all about I object -f division
F:.S r learn and has a fine place at Georgian Mr. Titusville Baseball club p.ayed with De "c" of the
( pleased to that their little daughter. 200 barrels in three days., When we consider regulation was to compel 1 the
fields us a pleasant call Monday Land, the News, of that place, says: of each senior school
1 'Zeona. hIIII passed through the critical the scarcity of fish for the past few gave "DeLand outclassed and principal high in
," illness and is afternoon. was entirely this state to bold a state certificate. He
: Stage.fb" now convalescent months it'can be that ..
,h 0'q ,hardly expected didn't stand a show to win from the first .
: She.sat up Wednesday for an DeLand weak justifies this position on the grounds that I t
z such shipments as the above can last any ALMOST WIPED OUT BY FIRE. inning. was especially ,

,J: hour, the first time in about eight weeks..a length of time. About all of the above That section. of country'north of Ca-' having several public school boys on the if a first grade certificate is the exact
team. of the j
/ the oculist and measure scholarship of the principal -
V' Dr. E. H. Armstrong, : shipments were mulletCHILDREN'S
.... naveral up to the head of Banana river "Oliphant went into the box in the of
school that
a senior high such f
.-eye specialist, of Jacksonville, filled his! was visited by a most disastrous fire las) fifth. Zeigler did not have his arm, and ,

appointment,,here this week as advertised DAY EXERCISES. and That of the the visitors found him easily, batting him i principal is not competent because the ''
r .il" week and Saturday Sunday. part freely; the infield and outfield were both I subjects prescribed in the senior high '
in THK STAB last reports The .Children's Day exercises at the Canaveral section was almost wiped out weak. I school of those .t
having done a very satisfactory business Baptist church Sunday night drew suchan by the worst fire that it has ever known.W. "Titusville has a strong team, which course are beyond **
tamed in the
1):'t ': :bere. He is now filling his appointments attendance that a large number of the E. Chandler's house and all its con with team drill, would put up a stiff requirements for a first : tt

.down the river as per his advertisement people could not get standing,room in the tents were destroyed. game and 'make things interesting' for grade certificate. He contends that since
Stetson! itself. the last legislature was so liberal in its
!{7. .' 4 this week. church. The songs and recitations by the Dr. G. De G. Schuyler's fine house and : "The Titusville team is managed by appropriations to the common schools the a ,

.J :-", ')Ir.-R. W Joyner, express messenger children were all nicely rendered, and the contents, and a smaller house on his Dr. E E. Rollins, who takes good care o:C people have a right to the :

:;'qi *on the Sanford branch, left Wednesday two solos sung by Mr. Gibbons, the pas homestead went smoke. The bis boys and look after their comfort.' test returns for this expect very i x

l J -for Georgia to take his summer: vacation. tor, were most highly appreciated. Schuyler dwelling house was furnishedand The following day the Titusville club money, especiallysince
his little niece played the New Smyrna, and this is the whole amount appropriated by
:"Jti He was accompanied by contained thousands of dollars worth
.. :<: : Mrs. Hin- FISH FIRMS CONSOLIDATE.The what the New Smyrna Breese has to say I the legislature for the improvement of X,
Miss Vera Hindle, of Cocoa paintings, a library with very valuable I
about the game: the common schools amounts to $125,000 t
1i e die-and daughter, Maud, also Miss Meta fishing interests of L. W. Haile & books, family heirlooms which no amountof "It was a warm game from start to finish : He further justifies the stringent '

Travis'came this far to see Miss Vera off, Co. and Griffia & Dykes were consolidated money could replace; statuary, nick and it looked like the Titusville team, on the grounds that the. children regulation

;:1j.5 Teturning. the. same afternoon. last week under,the style of Haile nacks, paintings, etc., which for years which has been quite successful recently: 'pare 4
... ..., entitled to the best instruction
.; did very
"Ji j something, they
was 'up against as
Griffis & Co.:, Mr. Dykes retiring from the mother had in
"t. Rufus collected
and Master Dr. Schuyler's
r Mrs. G. M. Robbins It
,- not score a run until the fourth inning, is possible to give them. He states, 4 f
;-? fn.d; the baby, went to Eau Gallie las business. The combination gives largely European countries; all these went up in when they made three, and from thenon however, that the enforcement of the

fP'4Saturday, and spent,Sunday and a part increased facilities for fishing, and num. smoke in a few minute5' time. No insurance everything went their way, but they regulation will be suspended until the wh

-" ', with Mr. G. F. Paddison and ber of new fish boats are also to be provided makes the loss a sad one to the doc I had to work for it.
of Monday end of the scholastic But
ic "At the close of the game the score present year. ,
< U'T t family, which included a trip to the ocean: as soon as possible.DOLLARS tor :
jf1:!, beach Sunday. They returned home TO YOU. C. Peterson loses about half his As a rule there was good playing: on both of every senior high school will have .j'
of his cattle and chickens. sides but Titusville gained at least five
Monday, accompanied by Mr. Robbins, grove, all to hold a state certificate. 't- '
W Yon will save money by going to Pen- Frank M. Wilson's deer park was destroyed runs on New Smyrna by bad throws tfirst <
= ined them from Miami. I f.
'whoJO. for
ney & Branning'a < vour Clothing, base. t
':;;o,.;. 4 Shoes Hats and White Vests and most of the deer in his park IN JOINT SESSION. t 'j
"" ,.. Fancy "It was hard for Titufville batters to
: CHUECH,NOTES. / Shirts, Neckties, Hosiery, Belts, Collars, must have escaped, as only two were find Leo Fisher's hall*, while Pat Sams,, Messrs.!! K. B. Raulerson, W. R. Hardee k

f for thOeorgianaMelbourne Cuffs, etc. found after the fire. who was catcher for New Smyrna, gel
,.<: t The third quarterly meeting A complete stock of Clothing and Gents'Furnishings. and J. F. Bell, county commissioners of t : I
dom let ball
of the a pass.
: charge About one-half of Chandler's
hogs were
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:Qg church will be held at City Any and everything that "It was a good gamp and while Titus !St. Lucie county, with their attorney, I i

-tMethodist and Sunday, July 29 and men wear can be found there. \ burnt up. ville won the honors, the best of feeling Hon. F. M. Hudson, and also County :t
1e. Point, Saturday All goods marked in plain figures, one The whole of the peninsula north of and the
parted as
-' ,-SO. Rev. Dr. L. S. Rader) p'resldlDgelder, prevailed boys good Judge Jas. Andrews, of Fort Pierce, x
.,' administer the sacra. price to all. Canaveral was burnt off clean except a friends as when they met, and we hopeto
in Titu&ville last week
: were to meet with .
mentoftbeLord's following the the river from Quarterman'sto have the Titusville team with us
-ffi. : supper The Clothiers and. Furnishers, strip along again." the Brevard county commissioners in .
:}i; Sunday morning at 10:30. De Soto. i
% sermon
Titusville, Fla. session for the of
DanerI1 conference will be held on Sat I I joint purpose adjusting
? a The fine groves of Capt. N. N. Penny CYPRESS TANKS.
financial affaire between
old and the
nrday anirnoon.t
.."if_ Panama bats cleaned blocked and new M.
and G. and Orlando Quarterman es- tanks.
church We are now making cypress new counties. Proceedings on 5 of !' *;
: air' Preaching at the Methodist bands put on, $1.50. Miami Steam Laun for page
without Write
:' .' :Titusville next Sunday, July '30th,.at dry. C. Collins, !g't. Basket leaves caped damage.The EAST us COAST qnotations/LUMBER & SUPPLY Co THE STAR this week. "- x
u1"t' school fire began about noon Saturday, ;.
7:30 p. m. All invited. Sunday every Tuesday. Ean Gallie, Fla. I
"-" :; '. at 4 po m. the 22d, and helped by a very heavy FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. t. ,
"K'J/J.ilit.{' ;.., _,The service announced for trims on PURE IIILK. wind from the southeast it spread so fast. NEW HOTEL AT TIBBALS. Sectional book cases. t.

2l 11 : 'Sunday morning has ben called m.* Delivered anywhere in the town of Ti that nothing could stop it. .1 Wall paper, 8 cents per roll. I- .
,. 'a order. of the well to-do residents of !
tusville. Send me your standing Several White enamel picture easels. .
' \ How the fire originated is not known.
V ./ BLACKSMITH SHOP. AccrsT NEUSOX. I Tibbals, in the new county of St. Lucie, Rugs, art squares. t

Jfit? 'Don't forget 1 do all kinds of blacksmith That day Mr. Howard Holmes carried r among whom are Mr. W. H. Harris and Baseball goods. ''
HENRY BEl'Qj! -SAILHAKER. Mr. Fish over the road from Canaveral Parian paints y
' 'i---' .::t and wagon work, horse shoeing Mr. Harry Jennings, have become stock r
and Yacht sails and launch awnings made Canaveral Mr. Chas. A. Gardner, Titusville Florida.
. : > *nd gun rePoirinllCall. see me. : postoffice to in the Walton Inn for &
holders company '
'$-j"1U" ; 7. D. ESKIS iltusville, Fla. in first class style, mildew proofed if .,
up his
. : Fish being on inspection tour the
f.i ;'! ,
: : ,,' desired. Full particulars address the purpose of erecting a $10,000 hotel at I DENTAL NOTICE. ",:
".. CHEAP FOB CASH. H. BE.VECKE, light. There was no fire in the scrub I be for the next tourist '
;? ;.' FOB BALE ., Tibbals to ready Dr. Houghton has the Dentos '
,: but it thereon i moored _. '
when went
; Titusville Fla. they over, was
: ; About 88 acres of good high land on season. It will be one of the finest resorts at the Indian River hotel dock and A ill s '
it ; aide of the < their return. Mr. Holmes makes this I whole Indian river. remain for two weeks. N. B. .,
: the east or ocean follows:Lot NEW GROCERY STORE. on the
"; at the Narrows, deecribed as statement himself. If the mule had a .
35 also lot No. 3 section Mrs. M. L. Peacock keeps a' well assorted smudge attached to his harness to keep .. t
>.lS8intownahip31eoQth, range 39:east. stock of groceries the store form. mosquitoes away, a spark may have been 'v f* .
i\1 .'Thin land is unimproved bat finely Iotd. erly known as the,Scrimgeour building,I blown into the dry scrub and set it o Citrus stock grown on high pine land If you want a meal or table board at' :' x

f'-'j ; ; ,fnrtherparticalare address corner Main street and Washington ave fire,or a cigar stub thrown antbo: ghtedl y Indian River Nurseries, established 1886. reasonable prices patronize 'the Peacock 't

.'i( ..,.,.,"tc, .. 'v* E. M. Low, nue. Prompt service, low prices,. reliable to one side from the vehicle may havestarted : Send for catalogue, Toledo and West Restaurant corner Main street and Wash* \

L.....",::.,>,.,'ij. ;,, L" Brockton, Mass. goods. ,. the blaze. Palm Beach, Fla. I ington avenue. ;i x

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;: <:.J.;!<"',-' ,, .'i}_"' __.-___'D ..... traClta-:and'' U1''frear8: -; dJQeO, ; ..
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>:t.aS'fii- .. -..;(:P '. without'rafahig-the:rate la!no ,

__. '"'.;1 :; TOWN OmCBBtt+ .rir.E.E:Bo1Hoimslor,9sa4 ; argument1- that!'If j the.. rates .De'reducedthey.wlnbeible ', I A : @t6i tlverMakss I iI}
_ Norley'pariEtlltcndtaa'coUetdor.B.
;,--'wll, ... ,} : ; to continne'to do so.
:: frY.\ J" .'..E4Pylec,clerksad :---r'J. ".. >
g." ":" .),/ B.WatteraI B. :.ireVln:, coMtont' touch with and Man
i;, = IIeiu7t1fJD&;; jWe -_ '.' t_ I :A Well
:'.:';;,.. Pritchard;* ?u otIow"J'.A.1forpu.; w. know:Tail tte patrons (the railroads: "

"= 'H.:'Pruning. cftnaalmcif.. "The'COUHCU We'know;'ttie c rhlppers.and ,ib ;;travel-
M 0'''' ;.1 : .._.....'. ''- each month. ". ;
; 4- .glv'&uMto; drat ;\: :
t .. eraandwet: ; 'patrop.fof. the
} know/tte.
,. t.-., }:, :1.r -.. '
"<. '1. ',-',',,: ". "-iOOUKTT;,. ". 4 DIBBCTOBT.____ :.. 0_. ( ;; 1 .railroads--whrcb::vie:serve" ar Satisfled -"PotastasNecessaryasRaurThe .

', :COUNTY'OFFICJEEa-A,D.Pwiney;.Tita- with the present passenger'!and freight! :
atesL .,The"dlscrlmlnatldns.''which we and quantity of the
vide,oounV judge'D. LK QMld;'-T1taJ..t :- : quality .
;?-\'-! 'vine.' n. eDttncrltomen .''A- Stewart hear about--.the.. alleged rebates Wand: crops depend on a sufficiency of

g fi..t:7.. ;;, 1,Titoareclerk.circuit, eourtP.--A: ";Me.Mill thlngs' of;that-\kind, come principally
:$: & ; *a;EM Gallic, tax awnon E.w{Hall,
;' from 'the greedy trusts and we are not
.- : io.'Tiit. .Ti-* tu coUedor i :.John HeD17/ntut- .
_! ""1.1j '. :-:11.YU4....?----...-&,'J,;:JtW&1kerTituPill: .-.. overanxious" to. assist them." 1
"; '
I t' : pe teDdel of public ;'J.0. .
<' ..,. .Titatvtne 'J. P. the soil Fertilizers which are :"
: : eoOlltJarv81or; "T
.dte" Cut oar Verb..
k Norwood 'l low,in Potash will never, produce nGlTw.I"
;.i'jf .Btnwn.TitaaTilleah; ; W; 8.< HOST'O
?o1 \. ;,'. Ti.tntion'omcoT.... :'Jeanhette L. Gilder, editor .of the satisfactory results.. p A PURELY COMPOUXD and the -,

'>aV.. ,:-h; . '. Critic, was at Cleveland, 0., a, few '- Every fanner should of ingredients be basSaxt that with fo theproper to FECT UfO MEDICINE KNOWN.. Do not fill your system -.
proportions '
jJ& to hours recently On the_way'to Duluth.n make the best fertilizers for every kind of with Calomel Arsenic or Quinine. HER1INE is a guaranteed -- _.
: RMWAT'RATE PROBLEM crop. We have published a series of book, -cure for all diseases produced by a TORPID LIVX8
: / : : [ an Interview she startled'the re
: the latest
,.:. ., ant sobfert. {which i'wiu ems areeif and OOUIIILOOD.-will cure MALARIA without leafing
f ': : porter;; by dropplng'as'many. verbs as
I'".ff F' you ask wnte. .sat while JOG think 01 any of the deadly effects many drugs used for that
poss1bl ,. a Cleveland dispatch to 1& to die.
One bottle purchased today save from
may you
'JI : j' .. Why;'Trainmen'OpposeControl the Chicago TrIbune She, said:. .w Y 6EKXAX rkHaaurn' KALI street WOKK8H .* ..a purpose.sick spell tomorrow. Quickly cures Biliousness, Con. ..

a.c. '. : "Queer thing about Cleveland. Must Atlanta,0.-="South Brad Street.Japnneie stlparton, Dyspepsia, Malaria, Chills, and all UmTomplalnts. '

m r. .,; '" by' 'O' .Government" Commission. be rich>city. More automobiles than Used and recommended by the medical profession '

:.;.. i ...*., In.New York. So 'many"women drive generally.
t; ,'. them, the big ones:. ..Cleveland.women A PROMINENT PHYSICIAN'SENDORSEMENT
Texas Eke :
.:: 'P. H.'.)MOREIBBETB. EXPLAIATION. of more: rugged;type 'than'_New York I Baron. Masano. Masudalra, a Japanese ., fi

., : women, few York women content to ;
--- (l nobleman.has been traveling In
Dr. A. J. Hannah a leading physician of Umatffla -
amble about
In little electric run
xo Merce., Stead Grand Texas, which he declares to be a great .
ry Saya
Flan says: "I hare been using Herbine in my practice '
abouts. Xo dash no west
go. ydlf'erence -
for rice. He Texas rice
'Master,.of Brotherhood of ,Railroad country regards and am well pleased with the results. I always t
here. the what about
By bye '
', as almost on a par with the product of keep some on hand and think it a grand medicine
., Trainmen, For Wade 'Catting
the poor horse? One this. morning his,,native country and feels sure thatIt for Biliousness and Liver Complaints."
r Would NotVrbllew: Rate Rednctloa.. hitched to'a dirt wagon. Only, one I can e raised therewith good profit

k i Discrimination; and \ Alleged'-' saw. .'Poor: bony. animal. Sorry. for The baron is opinion that In a rea- Large Bottle, 50c Avoid All Substitutes

a. bates He Says; Come From Tri.tL ilm,. honestly. sonably short" time many Japanese of
Ballard Snow Co. r
I .wealth and standing will become residents Liniment
J?. IL Moprissey; grand master of the CHOLERA INFAJiTUSI.
of the Lone Star State.
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, St. Louis, U. S. A. -
Child Not to'Live *
Expected: from One Boor 1 ,
_, discussing at Cleveland,:(X, with a representative to Another, but Cored by Chambe}"lain's A Grim TragedyIs

,.. of the New York 'Globe ,Colic,Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. daily enacted in thousands of homesas

1 r c what he considers'.the most important death claims, in each one, another victim i

,matter 1o'betor railroad employees, Ruth, the little daughter of E. X. Dew of consumption or'; pneumonia, but SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY -'
ey, of Agneaville, Va was seriously ill when coughs and colds are properly
the proposition: to regulate railroad of cholera infantuny,last summer "1 'e treated, the tragedy is averted F. G. RED .CROSS PHARMACY, TITUSVILLE, and EAU GALLIE PHARMACY, EAU GiLLE '

< ; .', 'rates by a 'government .commission, gave her np, and did,not expect her to Hnntley, of Oaklandon, Ind., writes: -

-y said: live from one hour to another," he says. "My wife had the consumption and three .
f'WF8 -' "I happened to think of Cham doctors her
"Tbe strength, of unions has devel- erlain'lI gave up. Finally she took SouthernRailway5
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump :
oped in the United States'and partic and got a bottle of it from the store. In lion, coughs and colds, which cured her
3 ularlythat of railroad unions, because ive.hours I and EFFECTIVE!: APR. 10, 1904.
.1 saw a change: for the better. today she is well and strong. It _ _
of their ability to demonstrate to the We kept on giving it and before she had kills the germs of all diseases. One dose No 30 Ko 3-t Ao. 29 S0.33

,' railroad officials the soundness.any; taken the half of one small bottle she was relieves. Guaranteed at 5Oe. and $1.00 Dally.: Dally.: Between Jacksonville and New York Dally.: DaiFj .

it be necessary to : well." This remedy is for sale by Red by Red Cross Pharmacy. Trial bottlefree. =
: proposition may present 755 p-= 920 a Lv Jacksonville, Fla.-------So. Ry. Ar. gOO a ___._ 7 40 p
fk -> By care selection of members Cross Pharmacy.: 1215 a.-.__.._ 1 30 p Lv.Savannah. Ga.___________So. By. Ar. 450 a ______ 3 SO p -

! j : .stud by presenting only proper-claims 955 a-1 0 05 P Ar. Cha-Iotte, N. .________ By. Lv. 950 p _.__ 835.. t'

Iv. the unions have arrived at a position' OAS-rOR.A.i NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS FOR WORKING 6 42 p--6 58 a -Ai, Richmond Va.---------'So. Ry. Lv 12 30 11 SOp e ,

\ where" the railroad officials respect Bout the, ) Bou d THE PUBLIC ROADS .OF BREVARD 950 P -__en 945 a Ar. Washington, D. C.------So. Ry Lv. 10 51 950 P
them the because have Signature ce ;;; 11 25 P ----- 11 30 a Ar. BAltimore ud..P R. R Lv. 6 12 pro'- 8 22 p
..more they of COUNTY 233 a-------- 145 pAr. Philadelphia Pa._ __ .___P. It P.Lv. :3 35 553 P'
,. shown that there Is- a mutual Interest 630 a-------_- 415 p Ar.NewYorkN.Y----------P.RRLV. _J210 325
J ;. .,.;- between the railroa
the:unions!' 'tt.Is this mutuality of interest J ling chairman of the Board of County Com Nos. 33 and 34-"New York and Florida Express." Daily Pullman Drawing Room
DESCRIPTIONS OF THE NEWLY REDISTRICTED missioners of Brevard Florida until
: County, Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York.
'. -that'leads ine to depart from Monday, August 7th 1905, at noon, for the Nos. 29 and "Washington and Florida Limited." Daily Pullman Drawing Ivory '
our usual custom and discuss.this railroad COUNTY COMHS8IONERS .following road work, the board reserving the Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New York. :

,. .:: ," '. rate regulation, although as a DISTRICTS QP.BREV AID .COUNTY right i o rejectanp and all bids: 30

/ rule I am ,.averse to newspaper,contro"Railroad .FIRST COUNTY. COMHISeiOKEB's: DISTRICT. ROAD DISTRICT NO. 1. Daily.: Through, "The Land or the Sky." D 0.Iso :.IT.9 .
i '.. ',versy; '. Commencing at the southwest corner of CONTRACT NO. L 755 P Lv.Jacksonville, Fla-------, ----------_____________So. Ry. Ar 940 .
j ,'., employees, cannot I .expect township 21 south, range 34 east, thence ro'n Road from Titnaville to south boundary 1215 a Lv. Savannah, Ga.------------- ----------______- _" By. Ar. 4 SO a ::_ "
: ,' ." I 1 high wages'and reasonable. hours sunless east on township line to the southeast corner line of district to be cleared off and freed 600 a Ar. Columbia, S. .,_. _________________________-_____- o. Ry. LT. 115 a' -'_ -

';' .' the railroads, are making money. of section 32,township 21 south, range 35 east, from brush three times a year. Road to be 1 50 pAr. .Asheville. N.c.._______?________________---________-So. Ry. Lv. .15 P
thence south on the section line between sections kept in first class condition. 237 pAr. Hot Springs, N.C.,-----___._____-____________------So. By. Lv. 12 is a
i It bas teen stated that If rates were and :5>> to the north line of the Delespine 6 00 pAr. Knoxville, -_____________________________________ By Lv. I s.i a
? .-. : reduced and rate regulation means grant; thence north 76 degrees east along the .ROAD DISTRICT NO. 2: 8 15 a Ar. Cincinnati, Ohio,---------________-______._____________Q. & C. Lv. 8($.laNos. .
: nothing else, the first reduction expense north line of the Del+spioe grant to the wee CONTRACT NO. 2.
; : ,, would be a cut in wages. This side!of UeSoto street inTitusville;thence north Keeping up public road from north boundary St. Louis.29 and SO-Pullman Drawing Room and Butl'ct Sleeping Can between Ja.cbonrtlle'ud .
along the west side of DeSoto street to the of commissioners district to the north daily.
: Is not so, and proper consideration of Indian river; thence southerly meandering limit of the town of Eau Gallic, to be clearedof

: the situation will prove it. :The railroads the west shore of Indian river, to a point on I brash and weeds three times a year, and No. 13 Between Jacksonville and the North and Welt. No. 14
4: realize the necessity of employIng Indian river where the dividing line between maintained as a first class road. -I
23 and Jacksonville, So.Ry3 _______.___-Ar. -
townships 24 intersects the Indian river 745p .
y intelligent, experienced men and CONTRACT so. 3. ------, ------------ Q M a .-
thence BAr. Macon, So. Ry ____ -
west along said line 00 =
> ; township to ------------------------ 2 15 a.
t of having them satisfied both with west boundary of Brevard county; thence Keeping up'the public road from north end ::::_::: :5>> 20 a Ar. Atlanta, So. By._________ .-----------____ 1150 p/--/

: their work and with their wages.. The northerly along the west line of Brevard cons of road north of E. M. Whaley's place on Merrit'a .______ 945 a Ar. Chattanooga, So. By----------______________..Lv. 115 L..._

{ result of a cut In wages would be, ty to the point of beginning. island.Island This to road south to end be of worked public twice road a on the _______ '740 p Ar Cincinnati, Queen &Crescent_.____?-------___ 830 a!____

t first, to ..dissatisfy the employees and SECOND COUNTY COMMISSIONEB's: Nine feet wide. year. == 840 P Lv. Cincinnati, Big Four ________________ 710 a'==
; DISTRICT _______ 710 a Ar. Chicago, Bile Four Pwute___________________Lv. 830 ______
11 make them seek employment elsewhere CONTRACT SO. 4.Keeping p
r' Commence on the west shore of Indianriver -------8 35 P Lv. Cincinnati. Penn. Linea____-'_______________-Ar. 8 45 a1-----=
' r- '... anal, second, to force the railroad where townships 21 and 22 intersect up public road beginning at the
710 Ii Ar. Chicago Penn. Lines______ ____Lv.
---------- 840
officials t3 accept In their places said river; thence east along said township DeSoto hammock to south end of road atHall's ===: pl=
N line to the Atlantic ocean thence south hammock, including the road from ____- p Lv. Cincinnati, C. 11. & .- :____________ '740 a ___
men who aro inferior both in mecban- the Atlantic ocean to a point; two miles south along Canaveral to the light house, the road to be -_ 723 a Ar. ChIcago. C. H. & D.-Monon______._______I.v. gOO ph945p ___

.teal work and In\Judgment,, which Is of the dividing line between townships 26 and I worked twice a year; light feet wide. == Lv. L'incinnati, C. H. & D- I eh. __________ 700a ===

ti, a necessity. every man who works 27; thence de west nlong section line to the _______ 520 a Ar.Toledo. C. H. & D.-hch. Cent--___Lv. 1140 1 _
DISTRICT NO. 3. p-------
west boundary of Brevard __ Dt>
on a railroad. county; thence ______
north to the dividing line between townships CONTRACT SO.: 5._ =p830
"The railroads would never do this, ==
? than because 25 and 26; thence east along said townshi] New road to be opened, beginning at the _______ 555 a Ar. Pittsburg. Penn. Lines---------------------__Lv 815 _____._
If for: other p
no reason line to the west bank of Indian river; thencemeaudering southwest corner of Mr. MetcalPs land, South _
r*= they appreciate that the pecuniary the west shore of Indian river t ]Meboorne thence bank == 930 P Lv. Cincinnati Big Four------------------______ .h. 650. ==
east of Indian
the point of beginning. o 1 river thence to _____:._ fi 45 a Ar. Cleveland, Bill Four.---__________________ .Lv. 930 -r
c disadvantages which would result southeasterly along said riverbank --- ---
at safe distance ___.___ 530 Lv. Lexington, So. Ry .. ___.._.__ _. -
from --
THIRD the bluff to the P ---- ------- ? .At. 104.) i ______
from the employment of Incompetent COUNTY COMMISSIONERS DISTRI<:T. north bank of a branch north of the residence _:____ 810 pAr. Louisville, So. Ry.-------------____?__?__ 740. _____
,?. help would more thau offset the difference Beginning on the Atlantic ocean at a poin i of Mrs. Margaret Goode, thence along west t -7 32 a Ar. 81. Louis So. Ry-------__________ -Lv. 1010 p.____?
rt., between the wages now paid and two miles south of the line dividing townships bank of branch to spring at its source. thence
-. those which would be paid If a cut 26 and 27; thence run west along said southerly to the river bank, thence along the Nos. 13 and 14-'The Florida Limitpd. Daily Solid Vestibule Train. Through Day
section line to west boundary of Erevan river bank at safe distance therefrom to north Coaches and Pullman Sleeping Cars Between Jacksonville and Cincinnati.
made. So it is not from the viewpoint -
were county; thence south along the west boundaryof line of Mrs. B. E. Minor's land, thence west t

I% ,. of immediate personal Injury Breyard county to the southwest corner of along said land to the northwest corner oi f No. 5 No. 13 Between Jacksonville and Kansas City. f So. 14 tin. 6
that we are earnest In discussing thismatter Brevard county; thence east along the south land thence southerly along western fence t

but from' the viewpoint of the boundary of Brevard county to the Atlanti C' south corner of her orange grove, to jointo == 745"Lv.. Fla. So. ---------______________ },193i a ==
t ocean; thence north along the Atlantic oceanto present road. Said contract to include 520 & Ar. Atlanta, Ga., So Ry-------------------__ :
greatest good to the greatest number. the point of beginning. cost of building bridges. ::::::- 1145 a Ar. Birmingham. Ala, So. By.------Lv: 515 P ::::::
"Those of us who have been in the I 805 pAr. MemphIs, Tenn., Fnsco------Lv.

.': service ten or twenty years remember FOURTH COUNTY: COMMISSIONER'S: D STEICT Keeping up CONTRACT the: public road SO. from 6. Eau Game ::::::-_ 940 a Ar Kansas qty, Mo., Fnsco---_____________ t 6 815 30 p..------------ '
the hard times of the railroad warsand'the Commencing on the west shore of Indian to
Melbourne said road "
river where townships 23 and 24 intersectMid to be worked as a Nos. 13 and 14-'The Florida Limited. Daily.EXCELLEDT .
cut rate periods. We, perhaps firstcaroj.
t river thence DINING CAR
run west to the west bon L SERVICE.
better than the shipper, were Impressed dary of Brevard county; thence south slew, CONTRACT: NO. 7. J. C.LUSK District Passenger Agent. 108 West Bay Street,
;1t with the disadvantages result- said west boundary to the dividing line between Keeping up the public road from southwest Ja.ck80nYll1e,11a,
'Ing therefrom. We had to handle defective townships 25 and 26: thence east along corner of grove of Mrs. B. E. Minor to Center C. H.ACKERTG. M. W. If.TAYLO,G. P. A.
t-f t! said township line to Indian river thence street, Malabar, to be kept up as a first class S. H. HARM WICK.P. T. M.BROOKS MOKCAy;A. O. ".A.
4. cars and attempt to moetrllns northerly along the west shore of Indian river road. --

3, with locomotives which needed to the point of beginning. CONTRACT NO. 8. THE

repairs. 'At times and on some rail FIFTH COUNTY: COMMISSIONER'S: DISTRICT Road from Chas. Bolton's to depot at

roads we went for months with but Grant to be kept up as a first class road.CONTR.T 1huI[ ii
Ef' Commencing at the southwest
corner o
No.9.Road .
part of our pay and are know how dis- township 21 south range 34 east, thence run
1 "astrous and disorganizing such a situation east on township line to the southeast come from Grant to Micco to be kept np as
of section 32, township 21 south a first class road.
L, is. range 35 east; ':1,:
thence south on the section line between CONTRACT: NO. 10.
In the ten have seei sections ,
past we t -
i; years 4 and 5 to the north line of the Deles. Road from Eau
Gallie to
Bovine third
as a
the railroads rebuilt and re-uipped pine grant; thence north 76 degrees east that
along class road and from Bovine to Persimmon A- Motes
BS- We have assisted, in fact, I do not the north line of the Del(>8pine grant to the mound as a fourth class road. ) I
think it Is tool strong to say we haveforced west side of OeSoto street in Titusville, thence _
*sag* north along the west: side of DeSoto street tc ROAD DISTRICT NO. 4.
better wages for the men the Indian river, thence easterly across the A -
3 and 'the employment of..a better class Indian river to the point on the east shore CONTRACT NO. 11. a

try of men, and during this"time the public where the township line between townships Road from Sharpes to north limit of Cocoa, '-s. z It stands alone tor
x 21 and 22 intersects said east shore; thence to be kept as a first class road.tOXTB.CT ettlcieney and
not"suffered because rates
has. east along said townghip line to the Atlantiocean :e :NO. 12. strength.It .
N have not been increased, ; thence northerly along the
beach to the north line of Brevard county ocean Road from south limit of Cocoa to south has plenty of metal and it is

'J.rt: The BOBS Worm Medicine thence west to tare northwest corner of Bre; limit district No. 4, to be kept as a firs where it does the most

H. P. vard county; thence south on range line between ;. class road. good.It .
4i Knmpe, druggist, Leighton, Ala.,
writes: "One of my customers had a ranges 33 and 34 to the place of begin.ning. ROAD DISTRICT0.5.. is perfect in design and work-

tm- j child which was eick and threw up all CONTRACT NO. 13. manship..
v food could retain nothing on its stomach I hereby certify that the foregoing are tru e Keeping in repairs the road from the _
of the
copies descriptions of the
He bought White's Cream respective limits of Tituaville to end of shell road north Everything means something.
county commissioners' districts of
ndIthmu Erevan ofMims. Old ruts in the marled shelled Send for
? Vermifuge, ht np 119 worm county, Florida, as the same appear upon the or ., catalogue.
!i h from the child. It's the boss worm medicine minutes of the board of county commissioner parts, and the tracks formed by horses tramping ...-

4 in the world." White's Cream Vermilage the game having been redistricted in accordance I. often to filled up and kept in good repair as -"

; ; is also the children's tonic. n with the revised statutes of the state of
? improves their digestion and assimilationof Florida on the. 6th day of July, A. D.1905. CONTRACT :NO. 14. BridgeportF. Bridgeport Macbine & Motor Co.

food, strengthens their nervons B. A. CONKLING, Road from Mims to Six Mile creek to be ,
f systems Ch'm'n. Board of County Commissioners kept as a third class road. Public road from
and restores them to the health .
d vigoi Attest: Six Mile creek to Volusia county line (via Bridgeport, Conn
3t_ lw and elasticity. of spirits natural to child .A. 8TEYoUT, [SEAL] Cabbage slough), the old Enterprise road, to

r d hood. i Clerk. be kept as a fourth class road. N. HITCHCOCK & C O., Agents, Titusville,Florida.

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id.y : $ : -: : < : }
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2 ,and lessens.ambition aufy,vigor. '. -':_' g
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family, I neyz,are out order. .,/ :

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.f effects Kidney trouble has

I from become :prevalent ..F

., ,This that it is not uncommon .
to for a child to be'born -
to go ?afflicted with weak kid- '

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.;::"" ::;; op. i" :;;0'v .- ft :'i __=- nCJ$.. If the child urinates ., -
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Book requested : after it
Trust r
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/f.F''ol:$ f'l; -i FOREIGNv'I ,In the'United.,Statea circuit court'at ly to 'retract sleep; urine scalds the flesh or if. when the child ; ;

:;;';;':';\i: : .. -. -.-.. New'York ',the application' of'Scribner fused to do, and i unimpaired.. reaches an age when it should be able to e t

"rf)!.' ,>- '-...t.,"- : -.rt..>.: -,-- '& Sons and Bobbs-Merrill company for is" to' proceed. by : with mor- control the passage, Jt is yet afflicted with .
... 'to
"- P'e.ce Envo .J '
,;. ., '' ",' J Roosevelt with bed-wetting, depend it the cause of
...>" ', ; a an, Injunction' to restrain, R. H. Macy' a ; injections upon '
-0 ;. A4lba1Mdort Meyer at St Petersburgz &;Co. from selling copyright books below prosecutions fol1o the influ the difficulty is Kidney trouble, and the first ,
Sf\$.., .tiledlPaahingtonwthat_ X,t-Witte bad :' peared to show h spoken step should be towards the treatment of ; i
fc1*** ***'!'V*"-/ ;,-! the retail price. fixed by the or these
I<> ''' important This
( '' been"tselerted organs..
:f, '' to lishers';Association was denied. This in one case.a made near trouble is due to a diseased condition of the
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", :;;,,:>,+n'. p"I',. decision, likely to have far:reaching betray the but if he kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
L; I sian peace, commission effects' all of:trade combina concerning the is sign
:,htf.-z: <:tf' ,on sorts no most people suppose. 3
o .: .'J_,. t. Insteadof ; tions. Eminent counSel were'engagedon mated that : of the Women as well as men are made mis ,
".f.--'-"h' )""'"]:K."i'..,. t" ."( '" M. luravieff, both sides. The 'decision was ren-, thus secured $ hours after arable with kidney and bladder trouble '

...-,;:;,:1i'':::"j1. 1..: .'\ and.thl-,was interpreted dered',by' Judge'Ray, who charged the were rumors of and both need ,the same great remedy. t

c :: .t' ? i .,. -T as aharbinger Publishers'. association with being'In sections of the ; The mild and the immediate effect of "_ !
Swamp-Root is soon realized. It is sold .
t r; Y : ; of, violation the antitrust law. He re. eral overhauling : ,
cWlttehas inventor, by druggists, in fifty- J .
:: r- peace as ferred the association to that which "
,_. t t to as .a con. '...
a new. cent and one dollar t _
,"' 'if'I': ;id...'" \,". s." been known spiraeyofy monopolists and took ,the office department along the sizes. You may have a[ Qo .. : f -'

;; ; : : an along as then ground that It'seeks to enforce against Panama Railroad the sample bottle .by mail "' '

"' : fft iP 4 head of the, Macy,an unlawful'whichthe The in front,of free, also pamphlet tell- HOB ot 81t' 1p-lWot. ."

'J!<.'!"1f 'iy foeace ,party hi. defendants are not parties and by the Panama boat has log all about it, including many ef the
,,* Russia. ,The reported thousands of testimonial letters received .
f ; which they have not'consented, to become missioner feet and # !. ;.
.h 'y*'li<, retire, bound in selling books of,which a from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer ,
.3 ift 'i'; ment of Mora'j'w1. they arethe'absolute owners. dent July 10. inclined Sc Co.. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and : _' '!
{' vieff on' account' the complaint as a twelve mention this paper.Don't }.i ,
{ /"i. \ Newspaper In Contempt. has been the boat Is _
of 111 health was make any mistake, but rememberthe
: The"company publishing the Boston adopted Feb. 1 : and
Swamp-root Dr. Kilmer's -- i
thought to be a name. tP
t j1": "' ''I)
4 :t-tl$ u.:Witte.<1 diplomatic flctloiu Globe has been required to pay a fine the rates charged by i Boot, and the address, Binghamton, N."-Y. -

.";;:?"b.; The czar of ?20<$ on complaint of Attorney General wished by the crosspleces. on every bottle. a l

; ,said"'to 'have. accepted the change Parker'of Massachusetts for con- ble and that the the boat ..

the tempt of .court In publishing two articles well founded. the trusts were wrong and upon which !'
greatest political pressure.
about the handwriting' evidencein the Panama the they should be checked was .that they j f
capture of Sakhalin island the
; by '
: ; Is .expected to .make: the peace the Tucker murder case before It & commercial line to the sur debauch our public life by' buying .\ ,

ET'j harder was brought to trial dUties, with a at once In- legislatures, judges and administrative .

: St. Louis Bank'Barred. rolling stock dim- officers. .
Prefect Assassinated..Count '
facilities. He '
boat be- Rockefeller Versus Tarbell.
Postmaster General Cortelyou announced
Ii at Moscow, Russia, was shot in against the'People's bank of St. Louis Colon. that water up known attorney of- the Standard Oil .'
q.f7 'Ills office July 11 by a man who was Mail and South '
its agents and officers, barring them or twen company, gave to the press a statement .1l
'waiting for an audience. The prefect celed and that the
i cUed from the.use of the malls. The order last week, taking Issue'with one

f'.1) within thirty minutes. The assassin also.included E. G. Lewis, a publisherwho Panama should part of Miss Tarbell's sketch of John' j

W ) was arrested and later was Identified bad posed as a financial backer on equal terms. was about : D. Rockefeller in the July McClure'sBe s .-
'if: as a. revolutionist ,The motive Ivan trade will "
of the bank. Evidence' showed that the Roose charges that tIle account of the 'r
1f r for: the,-was'not'so'apparent[ AI long before the 1j.
hundreds: thousands of dollars had were In- legal controversy between -Mr.. Rockefeller ,
!\&J 'i' ,In the ease of the Grand Duke Serglus,
for Count Shuvaloff. was been loaned Lewis on his enterprises at Report of Public : of his and one of his debtors Mr. Corrigan ,
cr1,4 '
i contrast his own discretion. The preliminary of more of Cleveland, is partial and misleading -
,: ; cess:and his 'a tude'waa in I
!'C'; 1 >, 'to.the ordinary' bureaucrat. A possible' Federal Trial For Caleb Powers: lic lands I. $40,000 Miss Tarbell's account makes !
{' ",'t:.. 1003 .shows that
: M ,}Jc :, .motive. ,lay, in the fact that the Judge Cochran'of ot the United States with It clear that Mr. Rockefeller deliberately

4i 'prefect by order of Trepoff had raid. circuit court has decided that his court comprise nearly prompt re loaned his friend money In order' !
extent of, the Thomas to get a leverage with which to compel ;
'ed the; recent' gatherings of zemtsvos has jurisdiction over the case of Caleb
;L;" x at-Yoscowr Powers: convicted In the Kentucky variety of : Rockefeller, him to sell his Standard Oil hold f

: of In the murder of Exclusive of A fund ings. ;Mr. Kline reviews the case and i
c courts complicity
t t
Russia Gets the Rebel Ship. three states and
Governor GoebeL Judge Cochran says to be given points out that the arbitrators said a
:. .Admiral Kruger of the Black sea that In the state courts the defendant public lands, of If they they were.satisfied from the evidencethat J

Jit. fleet arrived at Kustendje, Ronmania, acres remain. complaint against Rockefeller was
has been and Is denied the equal protection
k#::f' July 9 to arrange for the transfer of Chaffee Acting not true and that he had purchased the
of the laws. An appeal will be
(,;., t ''the Knlaz Potemklne, which had been taken to the United States supreme By order of the I stock in question in good faith at what

11, : :_abandoned by her mutinous crew the Chaffee, chief of I be believed to be Its full value. The >l
, r., ,. 'day before on demand of the Rouma- court "i'1 however out
1> will act as s Important point, brought ain
\$,; ":<:niln authorities. Later it was found Society Blackmail Charge. sence of Secretary Miss Tarbell's sketch is that Mr.
'. left the mutineers Charles E. :Mile was arrested at New
.- that before they
: :
; 1872 when
v on his trip to the makers I Rockefeller in at the time
ftf' 4( bad opened the ship's sea cocks. Before York on the charge of attempted black- I
1 ,:r., Plans For Peace by strikes the whole body of oil producers were
;;:. :" : the leak'could be stopped the'vest mail of Edwin M. Post a stockbroker.Able and chil I openly allied to put an end to secret ,
.l Inches and rest- said to have approached Postas The state k
: \;rte ;; sel had sunk eighteen was 13. railroad rebates, deliberately chose to
,. k :::'' 'ed on the bottom: of the harbor. The a solicitor for a new society book Portsmouth, X. l bend his great energies to perpetuatingthat

. : water Rays pumped out and a Russian called "Fads and Fancies" and accepted as the meeting
. : practice for his own personal bene-
: t:;> t.. *rew, ,took, possession. The crew of from Post In the presence of a detective and Russian Day. fit and notwithstanding the experienceof I'

' r I not rebels that the was extorted officially as the at Gutb-
r -
1:} on'the ground they were charges money which had so greatly aroused public
e ':1. ; but had been coerced into supporting from him In order to prevent Town ence., The as op Indignation.In .

::.,{T _' the mutineers. They gave them Topics from publishing a certain ar- equipment of the an interview Miss Tarbell said she

r vter'selves,. up to Russian officials. The leader ticle affecting his personal reputation. States navy yard union for had Judged Rockefeller's action toward

( '!'.p:, ; of the'mutineers was named Matuscbenks. In protesting his innocence Able told uated on an day at ihe his friend Corrigan by the Golden Rule! ,

jlf }' }: He and his followers went to of having secured subscriptions from: mainland by a ;I hour day and that she had not accused him of s "

::: Bucharest. Their claim to the treasure many well known New York smart set exclusiveness. of supply the
breaking law or the rules of business :
\: 'r : of the battleship Was not recognized women. This led the district attorneyto nese government passed
to be
as they Interpretedby
}i ;::s .- by Roumania. The collapse of subpoena a number of the said subscribers representative at of liberty many business men.SPORTING .

il .) the mutiny'was due in ,part to the fact so as to disclose the extent of on the ground on 9ne's

:;\:.,';; that no officers of ability were disaffected the alleged blackmailing plot. terested was not of -t '

'R: i.:., :' and partly because of failure to the I I
.. '! A New York Race War. I EVENTS ;;

#\;&{:"*\. of other crews to join In the revolt. Two persons were killed and another I I Is of recog-the

f,:,', ,, French ,Amnesty Defeated. wounded dangerously In a fight between en- Doherty Keeps Tennis Title.H. _
:: :"i': The amnesty bill: failed of passage mobs of white and negro residents To Pay the War by a strike L. Doherty, the English lawn tennis
-{ In the French chamber of deputies of the lower west side of New
? : Pursuant to an and de- champion successfully defended ,
,ji- ; July 13, on account; of the violent attack York city July 9. More disturbances last session the business his title at Wimbledon July 8 against !

\-i' :_;; on the Republican party and its occurred July 14, when 300 police battied sending out ( : X. E. Brooks Australia.. r

A ft: sponsors. Later, however President with,the mobs. sary to refund May Sutton Tennis Champion.t-
}1i Loubet decided to pardon those-who Head Holy Chester Held.
\"-c;. the bUl.'rir' several states: X. J., has Miss May Sutton of Pasadena, Cal. ,
<[\ ; would have been benefited by The Maine court has decided
.supreme the war of 1812,
.. es from emerged from the British tennis tournament J

\, ;), :...:,:, Germany Supports Sweden.' Against the appeal of Frank W. Accidents.An he was de- with the championship, thus i
.' -' "-\ current at Stock. Sanford head of the Holy Ghost and
1.f. : The report explosion of prevented becoming virtually the world's champion

;;2';<: / holm that Emperor William ,In a secret Us society, from conviction on thechu'ge at Poutypridd, ( woman tennis player. .
of to his son John. In
: \ bad promised to cruelty
:,::; ,,, conference sup ed ISO men, of
: ...':>' port King Oscar in his policy of I having caused fasting and whipping. rescued. One Dollar Sated Iteprrent Ten Dollar- 1

-"=$:...t-".;, coercion for Norway. Germany is expected I The maximum penalty Is one year Imprisonment The premature I Earned.

J t.rill; to make a great demonstration : or $500 fine. pounds of rock The average man does not save to exwd '

.... ..- ,- ,:.. in Swedish waters within a week or Harrisburg. Pa., ten per cent of his earnings. lit
,':; 1".> and war on Norway seems more I tnu&t spend nine dollars in living expensesfor
<:>t.-. eIght. of Kansas every dollar we'l. That toeing the ,
< :. : probable. One man was advice from case lie cannot be too -ftrefnl about unnecessary -

i;'-t ht...,'t ,5 Hungary Defies Austria. Report Scandals. women and attorney exjien-H-s. Very' often a few 4 '
';: the policy of Norway, tornado invt' like buy Feed.- .
;tik'7' Emulating The secret service report on the pre a recent ad- cents properly ing *t
l t t Hungary has taken steps toward freeIng mature disclosure of the cotton crop Warwick, X. Y., lIe for his garden, will eavex,several dollars ;1V
f ,;}\ <' herself from the Austrian yoke by of The report had legiti- outlay later on. It i is the fame in buyingChamherlain'
: estimates made by the department t '
Colic Cholera and Viarr-
: ,
ai! .: refusing to raise taxes 'or to furnish French submarine
agriculture sustained charges made by they hoea Remp'iy. It costs butxa few rents ." ,
The order
troops for the dual" empire. Secretary Cheatham of the Southern det at Bizerta Inter- and a bottle of it in the .house hften saves, t r

,t r :< of the emperor adjourning parliament Cotton association and Edwin S. was contradicted hurt them- a doctor's bill of several dollars. 'For sale .w

'* :' has been ignored. Holmes, Jr., the assistant statistician gone down again this talk by Red Cross Pharmacy. .. r." r
; had lifted It to the ( and ,
1' The Moroccan Agreement.The was immediately dismissed and wa; - \ J-. tOA.

i :i official agreement between succeeded by Victor L. Olmsted. Secretary Deaths. country 3T RTA. f
,' France and Germany for a conference Wilson In giving out the report Walter trust that ?ears the ,Htals Ba t tt. fl Mi!
of Morocco was regarded told bow New York ." He ct.J":
>i: on the status Tonight on the Signature ; # i

iJ.t.. .}. -; as distinct triumph for Germany.LEGALCRIMINAL. brokers had been died at his home Rockefeller crossroads of r.HOLSTER'S M-
in the habit of securing '
July 8, aged u !'
advanced re- : "This is

' : I I ports, mentioningthe Harvard Professor Medical This is ;,
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names of L. C. Mountain Tea
home in Pocasset Rocky Nuggets )

!?: ; : u .t! Graft Indictments. ,Van Riper and Theodore Qtq-nine. I say. Don't that A Buy Madioine for Easy People

IMiI' persons all of whom,, Price. Letters Brings Goldan Health and Renewed Vigor' ... 1 1A

: five, had been Indicted by them Implicating Holmes 1'0a cent the cross- specific for Constipation, laili/eUion.Lira
; ; would not and Troubles. Pimples, Ei-rema, Iropur '
Kidney ,
of Wl1on.were given-as evi cured. If von are !
grand ,
Milwaukee Secretary that Blood Bad Breath. Slueswh Boats Headacln ,
or ,
I,, m'{ bribery In connection,with the award- dence. Hollisters' Rocky and Backache It's Rocky Mountain Tea in Ut>. a ;"
blessing to the gently let form :I." tnts a box Geuuin made by \.
Price at took the ground 1
Mr. once
I 1c -;:' hE of county building contracts were well-keeps : Finally Mr.I HOLUSTER Psrn C-HIPIVY: JIaJison, Wis. s

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(-, ,;!: ;" n i ; place was'increased a- HUle tby.Pe-ru-na. -- :
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; t u"' gymgtpAu01it1PTNa. ALLDDNR.BtATOWN:CLERg aBa uppeI7iOiig'gTa; and :wae surrounded -
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';': :: <"i-f.; #. JaL J D. !,r in the Indian Biter Country
.' .."Vl'f. .JPllI .000001i, .- After.. Fifteen Years-He Becomej'Caabr -, potatoes'and a fine kitchen garderl, :.People'taikedahont'the' ,on the St.Lncie River,
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':..;';f: 'f..:" "',".="d' .' .':. ) thatwiflier' : I, :,Tbere was a man who came -to Florida hones'seldom: got sick, and bis! cows TO SUIT THE TI!! .' '
; .I) ; $'::' ;..!:;-;Tt BUI _el;e rfy judeptood PRICES '_
:"TD er. '.Uf'1ta. eat* la. iin-i nil. 'far. i far bu health.. The doctors toldi him be never died or bad anything to happen to ,. -.>
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.r..fl'. ,7tf;: -.,&. {,v.1.1. ;.IH!It U7.--"t.. !j must gat out of'the lion in a New York them., .Even his little bunch: ""of'hOgs Send.for. Uadliat.
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; ".';:; ,;;;f\ ;?:-:%.lf.." ;=ne.,ilintljarttiDiide:4ehn Dtfi. ..u i I to wn7 where' be had?clerkedand: kept>> seemed to'grow faster and fatten. quicker OJ'ncu.T => -
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He anybody .
'<- "'';'" ? "t."" <; years. ,wasathanofindustrious than TITUSVILLE AKD 1U1ML
"';" ? 1 .i.7..1:. ,;,id'eeeeion: tJ rind .,makiD.fiDne&iIQDI' .; W"" .1. i habita; and not afraid of work, when this man had been in Florida !1 "
:fJ: \. :0\,' ..... !DI'.thi.- tnyekitonaDatieminder..,sP :" '1 but the work he was doing was not suited fifteen yean for bis health, and his older !1J THE
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g ; I to:his physical'condi oD. He was thirty children,were about grown, and he beganto : -

.i, 'l.. "'.Ei'V ;.. from"\ New'Cte' .... .would..:;indi-- .i years old;and had saved1 come,.money, look a little gray about the temples the HASBROUCKSTARTS

Y .' tfiepopleoftbat;ptyr'are'not I so he sold big borne and took his wife people of the town concluded they needed mm
k :1" .. f very much alirwed.;,by 'the'''fever situa- aid children;and. came to;>> Florida.' Heboaght a bank.; They held a sort of meeting to t t
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? i'c', .". -ttori'here.,1.The: belief;; -.seems- t&prevailg' .1!.1i ,a' little. piece of' land dose' ,.to a talk'the matter over, and our quiet friend m STARTS EASIER, RUNS STEADIER g"
: .- epidemic i iJ railroad town and started a fresh air and who.had ao patiently and sensibly pursued GIVES GREATER. EFFICIENCY.
k::" 1. that the fever will.not.1'e6CI""an '
chicken ranch. his health, happened tQ' be invited. --= and uses LESS GASOLINE per hone

t." .'.. :K form-that. )th 'physicians. .'. ...and bealtb. I! This_ man did not know everything, When. he was asked to give his opinion I.roz', -==iN power than any other engine made'

:;.f-: '-'; ;authorities? have\$,well in hand_and! that ; and be asked advice of his neighbors and he said he thought the plan was a good Commercial We continually sizes 8 to'demonstrate 300 horse this.power z -

t ,:: '.' ;- L hem; prevent itfrom epreading: 'over; subscribed for two'Florida farm"paperS. one, and he would take fifteen thousand p Special Light High Speed sizes from h.

}, :, '. and throughout. the city. .> He patched. up his house repaired the! dollars of the stock. If there-was no objection 20 to 250 horse power. v
;_ fences, planted some small areas in such he.would like to be the cashier, as ::6 MRS. E. VON ST1ENAU.
-' -. / \ : W. Jerome
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.' : ;Japan,would not*accept the Philippines. crops as be was told would 'do best, took be had grown a little tired of outdoor Benj. ,

.' '. '. gift- evan.though- a,bohna 't' things rather easy,.and waited to see how work, and bethought ,his early business Mrs. E.Von StIensn, ear Fifth street, STATp: AGES?,
aa a
,', the country would serve him. It treated training fitted him for it. MlivaukeeWis., writes: WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.
""led( the, eame|,:a cording'to" a statement "I have been a sufferer for with '
a 1 himallright. Hs; muscles, grew harder This is a true story, and that man who < .1:1:

'.. _. made. by. Mr. Sato, '. the. spokesman- \. for, and'his lungs larger) his, sleep' sounder plowed and. 'tilled Florida, sand with persistence female, trouble, causing at times backache terrihle head and Also State Agent for ,.
-' ;> -' < Baron, '.Komura, the peace 'envoy.\ And and his'appetite tremendous. The first and intelligent purpose and to I PERFECT aches. I had also KEW LONDON MOTOR COMPUTE ':i.r'1':

'. ': ;..'/ ... yet from their;'geographical position 'ilwouIdN8eem year he found that he had made"a living, the best advantage, confessed that he bad HEALTH complications Iron*

... mostly of his 'own production. He compared made twenty thousand dollars in fifteen J1MNED.indlt'stion: : and heart TWO-CYCLE MOTORS :. :
the 'would
; ::;;: .. that Philippines ':
I i'j* v, Dotes,' and found which of his crops years, besides supporting his family decently trouble, so that 1 0. : 1:*
i;1 .I: \-.. .' .) be of.more.value to Japan than to. us 01 had made the best returns and broughtthe ; and educating his children nicely. oft.a had toll down. I took six bottled 3 to 12 h. p. jump spark, up to-date. : t

:.' .. ; .; c.: :> :- any.ot country.. And if they 'are .61 fd best net prices. His wife had set a There is opportunity for fifty thousandmen of Pcruua. 1 was then perfect health, >

[ ; ;' .:f ; no value to Japan, how shall we .evej lot\ :of hens in the old-fashioned way, and to substantially! duplicate the experience was regular, had ro more headaches, in
to'" fact, my health is now all that I could
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,tL ..,..,.; .r.: -: ', .mate them_valuable to us? the chickens were the source of more' cash of the man whose history has '\\ ,; ."-Mrs. E. Von Stienau. .. ,

.'.:1" _ __" 'than any other item on the place. here,) en written-though they oould not t:
. Klney'Trouble Cured.
: ,. :Judge\ Call J", of;.Dnval J;county circuit .The man therefore enlarged his facilities all hope to be bank cashiers, as there is Mrs )[. J. Danley, Treasurer of the

; > "'. ,:-, : '* court, decided 'a .few days ago that'the .for raising chickens, producing pure no demand for so many, but they can Rebecca Lodge, I. O. O. F., writes from 4 fLtPWtj'I912; ;
strains of the .best kinds. He kept his be stockholders and directors Tampa A'.I
124 First
( : \ street, N., Miiueapo1isinn.:
: :' *
j : % .Jim.Crow law,.passed! by the,last legislature
o t breeds of hens from the Times. iF
< laying separate "I was alllietcd for several years with iif
'. t.: ',; F. is 'unconstitutional This decision .Rinds that_are fond of setting, but he and. kidney trouble which licoamo.quite ser + W4 y ;

:, .t j. :; J, _upsets the separation of, the whites i and his wife kept the latter busy.l They put His Japanese ionsandcausedIccni: ;:, :>'r.lL1e anxiety "
A correspondent-in Manchuria writes t1c! ,
-' "blacks'on'streetcars as as 'possible into the / spent hundreds of dollars trying to It
;. r tit<, in that 'circuit,.but many hatching as follows to the Chicago News: "A be cured but 'nothing
J'" gave me any
"'!', :' the case !is tope carried to the supremecourt'where business in December' and January, and Russian and a Japanese were found VKixanetit Kllef until I tried Peruna.It : :4 i ; ,
r had broilers on the market while the locked in a hand to hand struggle. The took less than three months and = S i"f
. I' : ,, it,will probably be reversed.
.. 4
: tourists .were clamoring" for them He Japanese., was taken' prisoner, and the only ten bottles to effect a permanent '
'>; 'r. If we cannot separates@the races on a streetcar stopped,setting hens when\the weather Russian was found to be' severely CLJr.'."..Mrs. M. J. Dank a '"

.= li.' \ ,- how Js'i that,we can, dos.cijriapas. warmed np in the spring, and thus .the wounded. The Russian refused to betaken Address The Tcruna Medicine Co., .
c ,\ to the ambulance unless fee Japanese Columbus,Ohio,for free book on catarrh
little biddies the of
? Both vehicles for transportation escaped plague, mites
: car are.
! ,senger was taken with him. Together : -;.t*1l.y Dr. R. P. llarIH.IfIl. WHEN THE FIRE BELL RINGS .;..
''i' r I.. and chiggers to great extent. This man
'., of.persons. they were put Into the same hospital i ,
of tremble in their
kept two hen houses, and the attached many people property
F' ..
train. The Russian refused to be i The ": .
separated Alpine Cottage shoes. They fear that this time it is theirflace ,
_m, '. We received. l last week.the first number yards nice, clean and wholesome.\He from the Japanese and spent' that is going np in smoke. " applied all the fertilizers to the garden his time looking after him fanning his And when their fears prove groundless :
: '
.0f the new St Lucie County, Tribune, Under the management of Mrs. Kate .
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and the flower N there is the same old procrastination f }
; yard. head and telling all visitors that he was
assisted F. A.
, h :. ,,. .published at Fort\Pierce, :by .Messrs.! This man never made any spread, but toy Japanese.' Myers, by Losley: will do to see about ",- '

"." "'Tv.,Wilson' and"F.J., "- Reid. The Tribune he worked along quietly. His children \\ TITUSVILLE, FLA. FIRE INSURANCE

J .makes a.decidedl'fir.e appearance with went to the village 'school, helping him Goo( for Stomach Trouble and Constipation !
i after week. ,
day tomorrow or next And ::
L. fi itS'well l'ected'materia careful make- with his work between times. He always "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Daily or Weekly Board. along conies a fire acid snuffs! them out. f
baa a surplus of everything he produced, Tabletshave, done mt a treat deal of The moral of this talk is obvious. We ;.
upandclearipressworkfwhile the amountoflpcal I rood C. Town of Hat Furnished.
days Portage House Newly
.. .. and that surplus he sold for cash on the t' are writing! fire insurance for leading fire" ,
I Ontario, nal1a. "Being a mild physicthe
) and other reading matter is insurance =
news companies. <
spot. He never went into speculative after eff'i ts aft not unpleasant and I Everything First Class. J

,most excellent. The Tribune deserves 'farming, and was deaf to all projects for can reromlUt' d them to all who suffer MORGAN & WALTON, :

" success, and will no doubt\ receive liberal making a sudden fortune in lettuce prom stomach wiwrdfr." For sale by
Location Julia.
}Red Cross Pharmacy. : Hopkins street;near TIITI svILLE, FLORIDA. rIhe -
..* celery and other things of that kind. He I ,
It: support: in the new county for which it .

is named.. Here's -to your ,success thought is he could fifty handle orange-profitably.trees were as He many used Day You\ Begin Taking Ozomulsion You Begin Taking the Shortest Road to Health. 'x z f

'''\ brothers., the fertilizer from his barn f
except a '
I \ Go to Your Druggist-Get a Bottle-Begin Today. j '
little potash he let it go at that. And so ,
r he went on year.after year. ,. \ : "
1c Quite interesting data can be found in The big freeze hit him a> little, but not \ .
the statement prepared for the adjo -t3z \, ,

'+ z ment of .finances! between Brevard and Sickening Shivering Fits r
\ % or ague and malaria can be relieved ;
.. the newly created county of St. Lucie as and cured with Electric Bitters. This! i.a i.

\ appears in another column. It shows pure tonic medicine, of special Iwnent l ., .
in malaria for it exerts a true curative
that. the. valuation of the .new county influence on the disease, driving it entirely

,, stand about 44 per' cent., and that Bie- out of the system. It is much to THE _
a he preferred to quinine, havinll'none of <\
: Yard holds about 56 per cent, of the; total this drug's bad alter "flVcts. E S. Mun- WORLD WIDE REMEDY

'I assessment as made for 190-. St. Lucie .lay, of Henrietta, Tex., writes: "My most effective in Good Results for '
Brother was very lowwith malarial fever '
1 county receives as her proportion of the and j.iundice, till he took Electric Bitters ANEMIA '

j, county funds about $.3600, the hulk of which saved his lift" At Red CruPlumna'Y. The
Prk- 5O< ., guaranteed. 2s that Unexcelled
which however $3783 tied in Cod
,. ( 18)) is up

r the fine and forfeiture fund, and cannot PrcparationUnivcr- Liver

.. be used except for certain purpows in Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONGOF sally Known as f Emulsion Oil Food

criminal prosecution The general fund
,. Doctors evcry- pG "Par-Ex- .
turned over of 11116.35> will be applicable "
where use and Z cellence
'icy: for general expense, and will be the main JACKSONVILLE The additional]
,. t* prescribe it for _
resources of the new county until the life-giving ,
Anemia Catarrh-
. taxes for 1905 come in, which will not be eknucts of l..
. The"Leading Eye and Bronchitis, Coughs,; which are ..a :
very material until February or Mardi.M Colds Pneumonia Guiiacol .
Brevard did perfectly right to makingthe Glycerine,
Consumption, and all '.
fine and Nerve Specialist of and the
forfeiture fund millage .as ( affections Throat and Hypopaoi-j

.. low as one fourth of one mill this year, .
Lungs, Loss of Flesh phitc*
and we think the new county could doc !
Florida and alt Wasting

a the same. W) ere is the good of having Diseases Writ for a'' j

t: ... several thousand dollars tied up in this 1
,mss In making his tonr of the state, will TRIAL BOTTLE
l t fund that the commissioners cannot use honor our town with a visit on FREE 1

?7 ,% for any but an express pure| which to OZOMFLSIO ro.,99 rue ...

} amount generally lies in the bank, allowing July 25 to 26, street,flew lsrk. i .

4 the bank to get the benefit of .an ac And can he seen at the Indian River ,

f cruel interest from such sum if they Hotel. The doctor's specialties are the i t
eyes and nervous system, headaches,
choose to lend it out? stomach troubles, and the straighteningof

We feel that every citizen of both coun- cross eyes without drugs or operation
a A few points visited by the doctor with ..
t 'ties, who has any interest at all in the dates: Sanford,July 23 to 24; Titusvill,

'"r x;. welfare of their county, will give a little July 25 to 26; Cocoa, Julv 27; Eau Gallie, t'DITOR'S
July 28; Melbourne, July 29 to 30; Sebastian -
careful consideration of the finances as July 31; Fort Pierce, August 1 to 2. NOTE.-With a knowledge of the unequalled merits of Ozomulsion we unhesital; .J.

4 treated in the statement we have referred ingly recommend our readers to send for a Sample Bottle. LEST YOU FORGET WRITE
t to., It is creditable to the officials of both and Convincing Testimonials of its Marvelous recuperative and curative properties, together TODAY with 51 rt

i counties that the adjustment of accounts Artistic little book, entitled "BABYVILLE," beautifully: illustrated in seven colors, together with an a ;-4
G od. TRIAL BOTTLE of Ozomulsion Health-Food-Tonic
tbaal WIll be
erraP Tsetse CMto sent you at once
-T and moneys was made without a htch lima sae S A.ddr letter card Ozomulsion Co. absolutely free bl nu.iL +
i JOur or postal to 98 Pine Street, New York. ;
:r on either side. 4- .

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f'.. jam. -'',02.Wi' hams*:who.. was convicted g :YoUD., : .',Female College. '_

at Miami,-in 1902bf the onrderof, Mark ,TH01>
B. Bartleson;'was granted ft;;conditional r ri'us'FULLOOUBSm FOB A. B..B.s..''& B.L..DEGREES. ,"' ,

y.l_ dl epr ,i tmd ; dt tl0itfllsd 101 y_ pardon by.the state board of pardons last '_ Physical Culture, Elocution and Music_ our .Specialties. ::F -Y Yr
t d"CQ1"t, ;dfUt : ;Itl1Nr; Ijp3 t'CAtBrCb Friday. '*. .. .
.115,000 spent this year in building and equipm nt., Steam Heat Electric Light. .'"
Williams application for: pardon was Gymnasium,Swimming Pool Good Fare Climate Unsurpassed. Strong Faculty_ '.

__"h,.' ._, .... .,. ..,. presented to the board by Justice. Farm, Ilu Ten Experienced Teachers .;::'
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$ -w"T'-t: T'IRS.: as according ec to- :valuation< -r. 'it peraaeeBsmentrolta > I of Jacksonville; and in securing this pal:. i I EPENS1aJe\LIMITED XUMBEB of FREE SCHOLABSHIP8 AVAILABLE ..

1tLti 'of 1904. in..'ttmrdancB, -"with'.the divwlon donJustllce_ Farria accomplished :that i -I
&=,,. ,.....;:- .-:; .. .. "< aa noted' in. -the'itatementF herewith which even the relatives of the'petitioner i Session opens Sept.26th-,, 1905.' ,For free catalogue address

,"if. AitmsMof Yoseyafet.. ,.,;t. .. Bretard- -- attached: did not believe conid bid* ne.I ""., I. COCKRANE HUNT, President ;
L Ir .. 'rJ l3eaeralFand He Was convicted on the 5th' day ,of
County Bevenue= .

& = "a:!s June in 1902 and movement for a new
t-Pi# =- '-- 43.657 per sent of balance X2,557.10.41,116.35Baal trial denied taken .
being an appeal was
to the supreme court, There the actionof
-- :- 1 43.657 pet cent,'of balance $816.22- f356.M the lower court TOS sustained and Williams -
: Uttpted By;the. Officials oftht NewJ Bulldog Fonda ,went to prison for life. The conditional -
'.'i,% tad i 43.857 Per Bent of balance tu.N6.09, part of the pardon is that he
:(.-..! --% County Attorney. Fine and Forfeiture.Fund. hereafter leads a peaceable, quiet and law The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
abiding life.
= }The honorable 'board of' 41657 per cent of balance$8,665.x.,783.1, $ : --
-- county, com-
Feeding Prisoners Fund (F. and F. Fd.).
.g ..?.c.. ,t mfceioners met in Titnsville. Friday, the .. How'i.ThUf
43.657 cent of balance $32400__ $14143
(* \- 'J);siatdayofJuly,.A.D.., 1905, at .8:30L Game Warden Fund. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for MACHINE SHOPS
} ml .Present 'R."A. Conkling v any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by
fr chairman' ; 43.637 per cent of balance 1174.75__ $7&29 Hall's Catarrh Cure.
'W; R: Walker,and J. R. Idiot, with A.x Special Road Fund District No. 3. F.J.CHENEY& Co., Prop' .Toledo, O.

ryt jA.,',,'Stewart, clerk,- and" J. P. Brown, 11.945 per cent of balance $126,03.:... |15.06 We the undersigned have known F.J. Che-
for the last 15 years and believe him Plumbing and Metal WorkBUILDERS'
.. Road nej personally
sheriff.On Special Fund District No. 4. honorable in all business transactionsand I

', motion.. ,it is .ordered by the board' All balance.....,._..:._._:__._. $60.38 financially able to carry out any obligations -
":"i't" that' the statement made by John Henry Special Boad Fund District!, No/5. made by their firm. *

''fif; AU balance.,---._.__,.-_.__...._... $166.52 WEST &TaUAX, HARDWARE PAINTS & OILS
\'between Brevard and St. Lucie county of Wholesale Druggists Toledo, Ohio. FLA."I.
\ I moneys_ belonging to. St. Lucie county, Total.__.________._ .___.._._._5,721j64 Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio. -
r'.; 't under the bill creating ,St. Lucie county, Resolved,.That the $15.00 special road Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally act- Agricultural Implements
: ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces -
:",>< 'thereby accepted as being. correctAr fund district No. 3, and $00 36 special of the system. Price 75c. per bottle.

":- ,. Proportion of assessed valuation, as pert road fund district No. .4, as shown on Sold by all drugd t8. Testimonials free. FLORIDA
tax books of assessments. for the year John Henry's estimate, shall \iot be included Halls Family Pills are the beat SANfORD, >
t lF k 1904 for Brevard and St. Lucie counties
, '<.' in the amount to>> be paid SL Lucie FALL EXAMINATIONS.

-2 r County.Brevard' St.County.Lneie TotaL county, aa paid by commissioner of the County Superintendent of Public In-

r;;, ";Bealeatate._,.. 1954,190 $337.545 $1,791,695Personal third district by error of boundary, spent struction John R. Walker has announcedthat
prop'y 152,965 108.820 261.785 more than this out of special road fund the fall examination of applicants for
B.JL main line 437,800 N 262,460 700,260syR. of district No. 3 in district No. 4. positions as teachers in the public schoolsof E. L. BRADY & BRO.
.'B.sidings17,3:0, 11,560 28,880 Brevard county will be held Tuesday, ,
.\, :Pro rata rolling On motion, the plat book for platting Wednesday and Thursday, Sept 5th, 6th .I .
.,4' t stock.____.. 82,148 54.871 137,019 is
public roads turned
' county hereby over and 7th.
j- J.Q.Tel.Co.-T ,11,619 7,761 19.330 ,- GROCERIES HAY GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.
,L liable line.,..._ ._. 136 136 to the county commissioners of St. Lucie me following is a use 01 the text booksto ,
.rI county .there having been no public be used a? the basis of the September We handle produce of all kinds. We are agents for Mapes' Fertilizers. We deal
a Total-. __.$1,638,002'$1,283,153 $2,939,155 examinations: in the above lines of goods, and solicit the trade of all consumers. Write us for
:. .4.Per centage* of roads platted in it except the public roads,' graphy-Reed's Word Lessons Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station. E. L. BEADY & BRO..TITUsvILLz
total assessment which lie in that county.. (25 cents) by Majnard, Merrill & Off., of '
.-____,_. 58.313 43.657 100 On motion the following vouchers New York. .

SPECIAL ROAD DISTRICT NO. 3. I were approved in accordance with the Reading-Any standard author ,will OF SEA ROUTES
Brevard St Lucie 0( settlement between Brevard and St. Lucie answer.CompositionButler's A
County. County. Total. School English
counties and ordered drawn
Total assessment.-$632 405 $85 785 $718,190 warrants (75 cents) by American Book Company,
' .f Percentage--__;.. 88.055 11.945 100 for the same on this 21st day of July, A. New York or Atlanta.
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard (65 cts.)
Statement of balances remaining in D.,1905. by American Book Company. Merchants & ?Miners Trans. Go's .
each county commissioners furii, Brevard General Fond. English Grammar=- let( lra (60 cents)

county, Fla.. July 1st, 1905, with receipts St. Lucie county,settlement______...$1,116.35 by American Book Company. .
; John Henry, apportionment of valuation United States History-Field's Gram-
since July 1st,. on account of collections
and division of funds.__...:_ $25.00 mar School ($1))'by American Book Com STEAMSHIP LINESBETWEEN
made in June and paid 'iu since
Road Fund. pany.Florida.
t July 1st, less outstanding warrants St. Lucie ,county settlement____. $356.34 History-Green's or Fairbank's ---- ----
against each fund iasned'for' expenses Special Road Fund District No. 4. ($1.25) by H. & W. B. Drew Company

prior to July ,1st, but not presented for, : County treasurer of Brevard county, I :Jacksonville.Geography-Rerl\\'a"s Natural Advanced SAVANNAH BALTIMORE & PIIILADELPIIIAJf f
amount transferred from district
payment prior! to,July 1st 1905 : ,No. 4 to district No. 3-_________-... -$fi0.30 ; ($1.25)) by American Book Company. .- ,
COUNTY' aEYEKVB-GBSBBAt FUND.a Special Boad Fund District Nc. 5.St : "

Balance cash on hand July Lucie county settlement________ $]66.52 I Physiology-Coleman's Elements of((90 --- Direct Connections for }
1,1905 ________-.$3,851.50Cub Building Fund. cents) by the ,McMillan Company, At-

fr sold received-from poor for farm produce in St. Lucie county, settlement---__ $6.09 lanta.Civil Government--Boynton'a School Washington New York and Boston

--. June...__..__.__.________ 60.00 Feeding Prisoners Fund. Civics (f 1)) Ginn & Co., Atlanta ,
' Received from taxes of 1904 St. Lucie county, settlement___._... $14145 Alaebia- School ($1)) by Amer-
,collected in June-----/-- 309.94. Fine and Forfeiture Fund.St. can Book Company. Through tickets on sale at principal points.Accommodations .

k': Total-________ ______.$-t 221.44 Lucie county settlement-______$3,783.18 by Physical the McMillan Geography; Company-Tarr'a, Atlanta.New ($1)) and cuisine unsurpassed.
rm LeN outstanding warrants Game Warden Fund.
issued for expenses prior to St. Lucie county, settlement__..... $76.29 Theory and Practice-Courses of Study SEND FOR BOOKLET.H. \
July 1, 1905_____________ 1,66-1.31 and Methods of Teaching by Prince ($1)), j
t- 13,557,10 Resolved That in order to correct an Ginn; Compuny, Atlanta.

44. tOAD AND BRIDGE FUND. error caused by a mistake of boundaries These hooks may be had of most book C. AVERY, Com'l Agent, Jacksonville.
dealers in the state, from the
or publisher -
that the special road fund district No. 4,
';. Balance cash on. hand July on receipt of the price. J. C. WHITNEY, 2d V. P. & T.JL, W. P. TURNER Q. P. A., I
t I, 19O.i-______,\-------,$1,03812 according to the division of Brevard The only change made in the list from
Received for taxes of loot county before the creation of St. Lucie the books used as a basis for the springexamination GENERAL OFFICES, BALTIMORE, MD. t '
i collected in June_________ 162.26 ___ t '.
county amounting to $60 36, be transferred are those on civil government -

f i' Total_________________$1,198.38 to the special road fund of district' and on theory and prllctice.CASTORIA. "' AG<>NER & CO.; ;

Less issued outstanding for expenses warrants prior No. 3 of Brevard county. lIa)'", "

h. to July 1.1905 ____________382 %81626 It is motioned and seconded that the I Staple and Fancy Groceries, ProdtleeoflaILhu1Id ) ,
of Brevard
county treasurer county notify
BCILDISG FUND. the county commissioners of St. Lucie For Infants and Children. VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY; t

Balance c.,ah on ban I July county from time to time of any amounts T1tusV"i11e. : : Florida. fit
fI3.9-I The Kind You Have Always BoughtBears ,
1, l005.-------- ------* --- '----
coming into the treasury of Brevard -- --- -- -- -- ---- -- ----
., FIXE AND FORFEITURE FOND.K county belonging to St. Lucie county.On theSignature JAS. PRITCHARD & SON EAST COAST MEAT MARKEL

.3: Balance cash on baud July motion it is ordered that all elec- ,
1. 1905.__________- -----,.$9Dts.82 G. F. DUREN, Agent,
in St.
1904 tion ballot boxes for precincts now
Received for tamr3ief: '
collected in June:---.---- 13 51 Lucie county be turned over to the county TITUSVILLE, FLA., t

Total___________________.$9.062.33! commissioners of that county. LIKE A CLOCK" = Florida and F .
I=' 5 Less warrants outstanding On motion the hoard adjourned.In -

'e July issued 1,for 1905 expenses______prior______to_ 896,64$S,6\.j,69 the above proceedings it does not Davis Acetylene Gas Generator WesternMeats

,. PRISONERS' FUND (F. AND F. FD.). appear that the county commissioners of k .
4' St. Lucie county met with the Brevard Feeds

;t Balance cash on band July__ $1352. board in joint session last week, but such

t Tf. Less 1,1905.---------------warrants outstanding was the case, however. Commissioners 1rr- Lump of all Kin s, :
z issued for expenses priorto 13120i K. B. Raulerson W. R. Hardee and J. .
July 1,1905-----------
-- $30,00 F. Bell were present, also County Judge TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

GAME WARDEN FUND. Jas. E. Andrews and Hon. F. M. Hud Carbide.

hand July son, attorney for the St. Lucie county
F Balance cash on
sF. 1, J905.--------------- f218 75 board. r ,
0 Less warrants outstanding The statement as prepared by County I1-Il Gas t 4j .
issued for expenses priorto .
July 1.1905----------- 41.00 .. Treasurer John Henry and published /
$K4. above was accepted as correct by the new 1

t BPECIAt'BO.\D' FUND DISTRICT NO 3.. county, and everything was satisfactorily F Yield

Balance cash on hand July aljusted and went through without a We invite jour attention to <
1,1905 ------" $IS9'49 kind. :
------ hitch of any
; ,Less warrants outstanding Larger.Acetylene the following close prices on our ;.
issued for expense prior laxative. J I,
63 46 When you want a pleasant
to July 1905------------ -- ?1,603 that is easy to take and certain to act, use the light of the future. It popular brands of cooking stoves :
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver tablets. has pl: the experimental stage. Over + I' M' Oil
> tit SPECIAL ROAD FUND DISTRICT NO.4. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy.The 100,000 generators in use ia the United known as the "Prince" and the -\

Balance cash on hand July States. Cheaper: titan coal gas::, electricity I "t
1, iocs_____________-_ $160.36 Lowest Mountain or kerosene.Every generator guaranteedto : "0. K. Queen:" 1!
*: Less warrants outstanding The low st mountain, at least In the work eati.-fact.-.ry. Ure for lieatiujr; !1,
a issued for expenses prior is Mount Cornelia. This cooking and ilinmindtion 6.00 '
100.00 United States, i-1S Prince Stoves, : m!
'-'' to July 1005----------- AMnDEN ORMOXD
f60.36 little mountain only sixty-three feet E. W. j A BRUSH WITH SAVAGEs
1 VA
Agent for the Eat Coast. 9.00
located In Fort George Island 8.17' :
SPECIAL BOAD FUND DISTRICT NO. 5. high is Circulars and price list on application. is a novelty. The higher the Civilizat5o !}
at the mouth of the St. Johns river the larger the number of brushes in
Balance cash on hand July 0. K. Queen Stoves, 8-2-1 11.00 use. lj
( $229.59 Fla., and is the highest point of land Jud/ing; by the demand here oar customers 1
_., Beceived"fromT s -F.---Bell----for--- on the. coast between Cape Hatteras ]. L. MOBLEY u X114.00 have reached a high state of refine J

shell sold prior to July 1, and {ey West ment. Every day we sell more and morn ;
fy\f..-' ....----.-... 25.26 TITUSVILLE FLA., 86.1 16.00 of these excellent
-t Beeei-fed from tues 19M 92.(1 Spoiled Her Beauty. Contracts for all kinds of Faintinz Kal- TOOTH BRUSHES HAIl BPUaHS, .

collected in J\1ae.------_ Harriet Howard, of 209 W. :34th St., aomining, Staining Finishing and PaperHanging Illustrated circulars giving full BATH BRUSHES (etc.) .
t34726Lni New York at one time had her beauty at the moat reasonable price ';
Totol -- the
----outstandinghued She writes consistent with good workmanship. toJAS.PRITCHARD&SON Perhaps quality has had something j j
Via.. warrants spoiled with ekin trouble. : particulars on application to do with it-perhaps its
for expenses prior'Jall1.1005 180.7.& "1 had salt rheum or eczema .for years Work aa) here on the East Coast Anyway, all purchasers are well theprire.pleased. .', :)
-------- would it until I used
to -- ___ $I66g3rProportion hut nothing care ,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve." A quick and Specially solicited. Let me know what RED CROSS PHARMACY, ;
of each county coramis.loner's sure healer for cuts, barns and sores. 25c. you want and get my estimate on it. Titusville, Florida. TITUSVILLE. {
't fund doe BU Lncie county, Fla.,I at Red Cross Pharmacy. Prompt attention given to all work. :

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.";'. ,._ .. .. 'fiZl't'Jfl. ... ;,'. : {1i .'... HeSnft:, '-- ;}"" + 'the;eery '" 'WIE"- ./ '
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.A'ii;; ,.?..,..I; 't..l.; fr.'it."'..'''"'' .'...'\ :,:!'f.a:>;,....-.:>""f',;+'.r"t:!;: : tifictfte-of merit was''hla reward.'. ;f. 14'fityouinea'tar S' BUY .PAINTS FB ; m MANUFACTUREI. :.oJ1
w- InPhiUppmcsHonercd 'flt1r'b' at Cabanos. In n't"1'P.Lhat '
ttz ..., ; gatGbesitbymotitim@ntoIth..
.'j-, ':7:: '' > ...' '' JeorgeMorelanit1 !!private of the bovels ereiy 4r,yoa'w Ul anrtu be..Aeeprou' y y- -..
,.1"1. ; i; "n" .)War Bepartment.;'!: ., well,'.force,la the shape ot .
,, -,, > .. .. Fifth infantry uPon l.nt.WaIa f
,. '' >M'S;:"'= *. JPf-r.i. t* .J.iOE i" TohmtMiJyta di OfVllIPOi oiui danietvaa..Tks:' '
"l.' .: "". _.f bl' : ": !:::"!. ). ""J a".eomradeetrlkeD moothutsuaiai.moat parted:wan.*.keeptua Thai other house
., 1;!- (4. v.o'.''.""!;' _. .: J-:"":'' F' t 'J!' blmselfthe. :.>- dutysotnursing ."" W baw.L.,,"sad clean is to tab.: to-any
-, 4 :JOUQHT OR}mtrtLiPIJo ,' with,..'"the .cwtagiQua; ,Asiaticteyerir CANDY -V in thcWorld for first class.
.. ... ? '. f .The cfflarade dii d and
: 'L. *!! Z" ; bras CATHARTIC
...<5fn: : '! ..wi... *,, .: a .; + '"none' ," high grade, best quality f4 _
.':.'X ''i'';; ).'''. ",., .. -c..,., ,,. > .... 0;'; buried by- foreland, pf die other ..
">!.z. "' 1- < ., ; '
l"o f-: : tf
: .d < '
.. ". < JWHy'BaU..DeatlI7 I' **_'..m,a\ Brad troops: 1n. the!jaeantlmfribaving'' beer. Paints Sold either ready .
*' "' '' t""C"' """u'I'* <' v-" "" >f'Z' .'
!t -t" :' '
:. ,_ \::Wet. Iat'geatAflow....; Nea'seaa.... .'Bryam exposed to 'the contagion.' Moreland for use or in paste form, I'
\$ "O !: -. "
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the but be lives to'tell
tt \ $hieldal as. O.Cc.\Fn>.. ,Moro.. caught be thinned 'down.
r .. ; ,
3Bj '
"- "f *? ; -" =' '''''' '''' <.jr"' ;' thejitory. -
1Jf ,f \t. :"'Y&te..N1aaC"JlI '. Co : ,
i : : ; J from the
-- -- la February .1904 officer and Buy only-
"- one
: !O//; ; ::
'sade,3triekea WItM idlrAalatMF ,
t! .. on:duty:near, ..
"" "'>f".c.. -e < :!' 4 -f two'privates : ; paint manufacturing housein
"'.i :j; .,.. ._.' 'v" 7t"t'.j ; /. : '
;; L, were attacked by fifteen insurgents
cw'.r '.. '" the
' EAT 'EM :LIKE CANDY country selling
f : ,-;: 'jOt.t'vritlithti reBulare, :who. 'arethericeJfieWs.and'swamps,>lght: and 99'e'-In: desperate straits' whenSergeanc" "....aVPrtaUbto: ,- Potent,' Tuta Good.: Do 4-
"; jJ, -- "Fred Harrison of ,the:,Sixth Good Kern Sieken.Wek.a.or Gripe;10.IS and direct from'mills to user.

1t glinn; in cavalry came up and began to show his kteanaalh.10 eeate per bos..'Address Write for few aamplo.nd' .book-43 All other Paint makers
1i the Philippines>;there'tareJ not.muchgold .
4 marksmanship. Ten minutes later the IhilMu Rssdi c..r... Chicago Mw
: or York.
1 !:!i., 1;, ;; lace. ;' and, \dazzling brilliancy. .: .of only: Insurgents' Been were those KEEP YOUR BLOOD' CLEW depend on dealers for the sale'of their paints.

t' r e"uniform, bn[ tbereT; ,are' plenty oft wbO bad stood" in the line' of"Harris. D.'s That means one heavy expense and, one profit that }

Jf g. .. 'J'epances'for'gloq; aa7s heew,: York fire. \-:= ; we cut out of our business.

.'4 : j Times., 'That'is',shown 'in, the' list These are only a few of the men who can 'tied to his pet Jfo. 210 made a

: ii ; 'centiy:published" at:Washington of thecertificateof have been awarded the; certificate ofmerit loud and' long complaint .Detective' We sell direct to the man that' uses paint

:'Ji. .> 'NFj.".. ,' merit.. ..'granted.bjr the war. ,since Jan'1., Hart,:the railroad sleuth, with the battered You may think that ydu can do as well as we could

'.,. ,, ;'+:..' :z, department,In' the" last- six-months.- ; bucket and frayed rope, located do for you, if you should try to buy a certain brand of
Cheerfully Recommended for Rheumatism the Inventor of the effective alarm.
.> r<:' .' In'.the ,long list. ,,of 'those. on the na paint that thought well of direct from the
; you manu-
: 0 G. : Danville III: writes ,
: s : tion's'roll of honor the name of Billy .Higbee, ,
. 1; Ballon: private vt the;Fltteenth.cavalry'muat'hafe'plnce. : Dee ,2, 1901: About two years ago I was For.Over Sixty Years' facturer. But you would make a mistake.

kr. ..' .On.Feb< 2,1904 laid up for four months with rheumatism. Mrs. Winslow Soothing Syrap has The manufacturer might take.your moneyand sell
I tried Ballard's Snow Liniment
; BaUou, whawas",a1 member of Troop ; one been used for over sixty years by millions
,.s::" : : 'and, bottle cured me..: I can cheerfully recommend of mothers for their children while teething you the paint but he would take care to charge you as ,
two otherpri-
. P; with :captaln : it to all suffering from like afflicion. .
- It soothes the much for the
'Tates, was surprised by a baud of insurgents with perfect success. paint as if you bought it from a dealer. He
: .
; : > -i! : : : 25c., 50c. and 100. Bed Cross child softens the allays all pain,
: ; :' ,' who to all appearances*just Pharmacy, Eau Galhe Pharmacy. cures,wind colic! and gums is the beet remedyfor would put on that extra profit, to "protect the dealer"/ ;

'[::11 :: "popped up out off the';ground'ynear \\. diarrhoea. It will relieve the poor We have no salesmen or agents to increase the cost
-. !, V the village of Suclatan on the island of Sold
rerimmfdiately. by druggists -
: LABOR TESTS : \: of
r -. vJS : Mindanao. ,Before the of PANAMA CANAL of world. our paints to the consumer.
-, >. .-, quartet. .regu- in i very part the Twenty-
: lars recovered from their surprise the to Be Made WItJaVarious five cents a bottle Be SOle and ask for We quote to the man that uses the paint the lowest
EXperiments Are :
:. .captain .and .oneW the privates bad NaUoaaUti. "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. and and best
price, reserving no margin to
take other kind. protect agents. r
been killed and,the second private severely for no. .
order to test the capacity
In We =
: ; wounded: and Ballou was left Chinese and Japanese pay freight. _

3 alone to make the best fight*he could. work' and of Italians also the contract method of -LOW RATES We gladly advise our customers about paints. .

The records show]]that be made a good laborers the Write for cards
securing and handling -FOR-:- .,, sample and paint advice, and blanks

{ 'A'-' one.Ballou: stood his ground x,, his faithful Panama canal commission: has decidedto SPECIAL OCCASIONSVIA showing how to measure houses to show the quantity
each nationality
Import 2,000 men
"Krag" all:the,time peppering paint required.Ask .
an an
.. t
;O for' a 500 day contract, subject to renewal -
- ; ewer to' the rifles in the'hand.I\, of the
.t r attacking insurgents. The-.fight was says Washington Post Proposals SOUTHERN RAILWAYTwo any first class business house; or any bank in New Orleans, or

6 ten against .one, ''but: so deadly] was will soon for be furnishihg issued. It these is the laborers objectof Trains Daily East, Leave Jack the mercantile agencies if we are responsible.

Ballou's fire/that ;the number of hisopponents the commission to reduce the sonville 9:10 a. m., 7:55 p. m.

Y. decreased by one every time amount of this sort of labor as muchas fell OR Atlantic City, IN. J., and return. 11R.. McWilliams, Limited.

f k his ,rifle. snapped .and finally those, of mod- ipil! U\J\ On sale daily limited Oct. 31
# 'y -- possible by the Introduction of ; <::I Store and Offices, 342 Camp Street.
:, the little brown men who were left 1905.::
but it will be necessary -
ern machinery, v Factories 1133, 1137, 1139, 1141 South Front Street.
alive retreated. When enforcements
to secure several thousand additional J r]R Bar Harbor, Maine, and re
;. ',_ arrived they foundBallou, still on workmen. yule' U turn. On sale daily; limited New Orleans, Louisiana,

; ff guard nursing his wounded comrade The number of 2,000 was chosen because Oct 31,1905.. ESTABLISHED 1893. The oldest paint manufacturing house in continuous -:

I- and ready should the occasion arise, of belpg the approximate ca- Q QO QA Buffalo, N. Y., and return. successful operation under one management, south of Louisville
to fight another battle single handed. laborers ipUfl 10 V Tickets sale July 8, 9 10 limited
pacity of one ship at a time. The or St. Louis.Florida.
Travis T. Bryaiy.a sergeant in Com will be furnished by contractorsand July! 15th. Can be extended to Aug.
pany A of the Twenty-second infantry 4, 1905.
, will have to be delivered before
is another soldier whose name will be ,. the'1st of December next The government PR II ft Saratoga Springs N. Y., and ...L.

remembered b,. the troops in :Mindanao will furnish free hospitals and <(
- ; Sergeant Bryan won the certificate unfurnished Oct. 31, 1905. .
medical attendance, quarters
of merit'on Jan.' 22 of last year. fuel for cooking and water. Un- $$37 ' With hIS company he was ,on guard Limited Oct. 31 1905.
der recent. decisiqn .of the attorney East Coast
garrisoning, a' captured Moro f tt on Railway.
. 1w the bank of the Raniien river. On this general laborers will work: eight hoursa Two Trains Daily West Leave Jacksonville
day. at 7:45 m. and 7:55 m.
, occasion p. p.

few,*' ,attempt to the recapture. the fort a desperate, and in .i Isthmus The' class will of not laborers be.entitled going to to enter' the t166 Knoxville,. Tenn., and return. Time Card No. 62. In Effect April 17, 19t t

W 4. the action two of his 'company officers Tickets: on sale July 8,9,15,1905,
) the, United States because ,of an act limited 15 Extension f'2 SOUTH-BOUND-READ
were wounded and fell in the doorway days by deposit DOWN. NORTH-BOUND-XEAD UP.
4 of the last which made the until '
congress Sept. 30, 1905
of the fort. They lay in the direct I A -
if line of the Moro fire. Immigration laws of the United States 99 40 Louisville, Ky., and return. .0. 99110. IS. STATIONS No,78jNo.96,

applicable to persons coming from the Tickets sale 29 30 lim Dallr. Dally'
Bryan put himself In front of the on Dally.. Dally.

= : worst wounded of the officers, shielding canal zone to the United States. All itt'd August 10th, 1905.Monteagle i 00 P-0 40 a LT ...?..........,Jacksonvlll@.? ......?.. Ar 7 00 P -8b0 a
4' him from fire and in the meantime legal questions involved, as well as 16 9 Ten, and return, 6Otp 948a, .". ___.So. JacbonvUle .?_ Lv 652p 842s.
precautions to be taken to obviate Injustice .tJtJ July 14, 15, 17, Au : 5,6,7. Liniit US p 16 55 al ....._...Si. Au rustino __ .. Ii 1i0)J 7 40a653p1132al
ice: making it poastblefor the other officerto HI19t1ng 465p 149a.
crawl to a place of safety. Bryan and hardship to laborers hired Aug. 31, 1905. Extension Oct. 31, 1905. 710 i> 1160aj. .. ; :: ::_..._Eat : 4 Up a 28..

Y stood his ground until a rescuing party by contractors, are now' under con- 46 Chicago, III., and return. On 7 3.pii-15 pi Ar ..._... ...Plill\tka...?._.._ LTrop 6 00;
arrived and when the smoke cleared sideration by the legal advisers of the vu sale daily. Limit Oct. 31, 1905. Q 6 Up 1125 a.,Lv _?......_.....Palatka_?.?_.._? Ar 6 00 P 6 63 i
k away the number of dead Moros in commission. ?) 95: Hot Springs, Ark., and return. 825 P 200 pI;Ar ...._..,......SaD 5f afro....._.._ Lv -210 p .-..-- to
r .. front of'the blockhouse showed'whaf .I On sale July 18, Aug. 1-15, ept. "C 210p 8 OOa, Lv ._?__son K.Lt, ?.._._ Ar 825p 760& C

a marksman the sergeant was' FAILURE OF A CLEVER RUSE 5 19; limit 60 days; extension for 90 days. C -7 5,1 P U-3:1: PI Lv _.____.NeoJra._.._..._ Lv -3 5'1 II -550a ....

In the Tw nty-eighth Infantry one of Lti. 803pI12j11> .?_..?.._...BunLell'......_?_ .. 1i36& (')
How Inventive Genius of Telegraph Dining Cars. Service a la Carte. 810 P 12 55 P)1".. ...._...._.......Dnl'.rot.................... .. 3 37 P II 291 .+
sp the sergeants of Company I in February Qt II U P 1.-:1: V ..._.__?.Ormonl1____ .. 310 II 4 59 a
of last year was Bishop L. Mor Operator Awakened Whole Town. Sleeping car reservations and detailed 0\ s53p 130p j ytona"............_. .& 300p 44'la .,.W..
The inventive genius of a night information cheerfully furnished upon 9 01 P 151 Pj "' __..Port Orange.- 2 50 P 4 36&
row. Morrow won his certificate by operator application. Passenger office 108 West v) 925p :215p1Ar _?_..... :Sew Smym3..?.?.?.... ., :230p 415a ..
Hamilton and
the Cincinnati
on ,
; going to the assistance a wounded -- -- -
;v F. Dayton railroad the. other morning Bay street Telephone 743. ti C 10--I 21.. :3 U Pi Ar. .._.?...?.. Lak@ If'D ...?....??? Lv 12 h:P 610 pO
comrade who had been attacked by 10 3J! a 355i: _____Orangd CJl1..._.._ It 12 3.p 5 M P .4L ,
>i' three Moros near Pantar. on the Ho- aroused and frightened the residents of J. C. LVSK, Diet. Pass. Agt., 10 45 a 100 P .. .....Orange City JuDctlon...... )130 P Ii Up '
Hartwell 0. almost wrecked his station Jacksonville, Fla. n
gan-Lake L8.nao'road. Had he been tl 9 35 P 225 P LT. .............Now Smyrna........?.... Lv 2'0 p i 05 Ii 0 :F
i a minute later the comrade would ban offended an engineer and caused )0 00 P 251p __._Oak Hill....._.....,.?. to 164 P S39& .1
: ..._...__ _._......._.. .
r: been killed but once Bishop got there detectives to be detailed whose investigation ...., C 10 39 p 330 p Ar TltuSTlllo 1 16 It 300 a rno

{ he quickly fired three: well directed resulted in a ten day vacationfor It 00; .......... ..._....__ .. ..._.._ ...._.. Lv 110 00 & 0tn
shots. He had no reason to fire a the operator, says a Cincinnati dispatch Chamberlain'sCOLIC 1000a Lv _..............._Santvrd .... ......"... Ar'' ......._ 900sCj w .
I. --
'. fourth. ,1039 I' 8 Lv .._.......... Tltl1wiJI. _....,....... Lv''1--P
For three hours after midnight there CHOLERA AND 111 )M 1'1 { 09 PI .., ..._..__...C..cna......._.._.......".. .. 123tp 215a ..7 .
i. Otto Herter was a private in the hospital U 111 22 13 u ....._......\kh..1:6................ .. 11230 2166 p
corps, when in an engagement in are no,trains, and the operators along 11:31.' 4 45 PI .. ..__._Eau Gal ie"........ ...... '1158 A! 144 a _
F:' which the Americans were hard the line try to get in a little sleep. The Diarrhea RemedyA bO 1.055 454pI ." ...?.........)I"lb..urllo..... ....._.... ... 114Na! 13Ya :a
C 1:1: 51 a P Sebastian_._ .... ,11104 a,12,, 51 a
pressed by Ladrones, near Bago-Bun- great anxiety is to wake up in time to ,. 1 39 a 6 29 p .?...........5t. Lllf'j..,......"....... .. :0 lJa 12 Wm0m 0
ii ..__. .. ............_ .. 116 I
in give the morning flier the "block. will 155 a 6 4b; p ? .Fvrt I'i.rce. ,111 a 1155 P pj
tay Luzon, he stopped attending few doses of this remedy 0 2 18 a 1 uS P _..._.__Tibhals_.............._. .. 930 a111 22 I'' C
ci :\ wounded, dashed to the firing line.grab1x Failure to do this would mean suspen invariably cure an ordinary attack (U 2'23a'. '1)2p.' ...................E"'Jj......... ..?.-. 9261\,1, UP
d the rifle of slon. of diarrhea.It 2 111 p ..?,_.?.__J..nsen_................. .. 9 1 nil 1 IS II ","..
' a wounded soldier has used in nine Jj 2 2811.1 728p I .. ...?_.,..._....btuart.......?..,.._. .. 911 a 1104 P =
and began to shoot. The general order The Hartwell operator strung a rope been epidemics 3 'I 56 .. -. ....._.. lloM Sound_...._....... ? a,10 36 p4.i
awarding him his certificate of merit between two telegraph poles many of dysentery with perfect 321a, S14p'' .... ..............We6tJu itl'r.........?.... .. M 21a'1019i' CU .
success.It 0' 1 p, ...._West Palm ,'wh_ ........ .. 745a! 945p
says that "he was cool and brave, setting yards below the station, extendingthem Jte hll 432a 918p1 .... ..................D"ynvm..........._. .. 20a 918p V
I- excellent over spools to his desk. On thesehe can always depended '- 4. 4.2 a, : PI _._ ..__Dt'lray.........?...??? .. 71 I)a 9 08 p OQ
an example to the other upon, even in the more severe :I Ii 37a 10 21 ............_Ft.Lauderdale_............ ., 61 i e IS I' iS
t PI :
men In the command." hung a coal bucket loaded with attacks of cramp colio and cholera 46 a 10 In pi "._......._.._ Danta"..............,... .. 6 lO 06 P
John P. McSweeney was a memberof rocks. He figured that the train would morbus.It Ii 5811:10 4J 1'1 .???.......?HaJland................. .. II :a'J ZS P
6) 2& alll 0'1 p. _.......-. L I11.n City ..... ....._ .. II a 1 29 P
the "Fighting Ninth" when he won cut the rope and the rocks fall with a is equally successful for 6 33 a'UliI P.Ar .,..... ........."uiaml_...?...?...._. LT 3 2a 7 20p 3-4-!
his award. It was in China and it din.The summer diarrhea and cholera .
happened near Tientsin. An officer of rope used was too heavy to be infaatum in children, and is the Dally Ex; : -I HOMESTEAD EXTENSION I Daily Et.

eV his command had been desperately cut. The bucket of rocks was Jerked means of saving the lives of. many Sun. I Sun.

i wounded and was lying in an exposed out of the operator's window, taking children each year.with water and -645 : .-...._.... Lv.... .___"Jiami. .. _.._....... Arl--'SOOp
place directly in the line of fire of the sash and all. It then swung into a sweetened When reduced it is pleasant to take. I 11110 n'I ... .. A; .. ... ......?-Ilumelitoad....._...... Lv"I..........I.1 3 Up
I ,
h Chinese sharpshooters. McSweeney residence, crashing the glass In a door, Every man of a family should _::_ I

went to the officer's assistance, ban and took up its clattering way down keep this remedy in his home. I 23 Sunday! 19 No. 17 No. '
Sunday Sunday: Dally ) NAYPORT8RANCH. N@ 18Sunday SundayDilly
daged his wounds and was dragging the ties. Buy it now. It may save life. Only Only. Only. Ea Sun Daily
Only EX
W-- him to safety when a shot put him out Half the town was awakened in a PRICE, 25c. LARGE SIZE, 5OC.KILLTHIOOUCH. I ;: I_ : onl"I hurt
of action. fright. The engineer pulled up after II 545p 200p 930a: 9 00 alLv .........Jack'W'om-IfI"......... Av 8 30 a 12 oo n 645 iii P
p 6lilp 208 pi, 9 :111&, It 08 a'Ar _So. Jacks In\'me._ Lv 822& 11 U 6 a7
M In the Forty-third United States volunteers eight miles of the din. and. finding a 0 p f 21 P 2 to p 1010)a 9 39 a .. ..._.Pablo B''acb..._ .. T 60 a 1120 a. 5 05 P 4 101 as p _-
II T 29 p 2 45 p 1015! al 9 U a _.A.tla.nUc B.mch.'l 4a a 1115 6 00 p
there was a private named Baseball 145p 300p103Uhl000a' ___ blayp''rt..._._. 73oa1100a 445p t It p'.
Players and Foot Racer. 416p
r. Scaottler-Charley Schottler. Schottlert J

was fighting Samar, P. I.' In action Louis J. Kruger, ex-champion long dis PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEASS3IP! CONNECTIONS
he saw a Moro lift a bolo to kill an tance foot racpr of Germany and Holland, AND CURE THE LUNGS AT MIAMI t 4
writes, Oct. ?l 1001 1 -, _
= 5r ; officer._ Running forward, he reached : "During mv training -
-*. of eight weeks' foot races at Salt Lake WITH Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. .
CompO for
.Q;. Indigestion. City! in April last, I used Ballani's Snow Dr. King'sDiscovery

Win itscompiuionsheart burn flatuipidity Therefore Liniment, to I highly my greatest recommend satisfaction.Snow HAVANA AND KEY WEST. '.

I lei! i% t of cite liver, constipation, Liniment to all who are troubled with New

? r p:1' 'l' >oii of the heart, poor blood, head- eprainfi, bruises or rheumatism." 25o.oOc Tbeso Time Tab)... show tho timed at which tralna mar baaipMtad ta antft&.t ..< A_ 4
4k, a i other 'll-rvoU881mptomg,sallow and $1.00. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy the several ataUons. but their arrival or departure at U&o tlmaa stared U not nuuLuS
Sr ki iil tnniiue, offensive breath and a ia. Uila Compaay be field reeponaiblereranyd.laysoranyeonaegasaa6sagtpmahom g
and Ean ;
lea other ailments, is at once the Pharmacy.OASTOn.XA.. FOR CONSUMPTION !SOc & $1.00

tni .i .lespread and destructive malady Free Trial. JOD- 3"i.1'i)5.) the SI-IH-OI- ti-i. < .1 i 11)0 :1lasport branch and Homestead "{
=' aw ne Aiueilcaa people. The Her- : .. Surest and Quickest Cure for all BOW sh- Wit iw ii etab.. \>t 62 \\il:. ..u.,-d ad.Utional trains being pat into .
Ilil atment wilt cure all these trou- Jbuitb The I61d Yin Noe Always Bought! THROAT and LUNG TROUB- between 3* kwnvillf and \layl?.ri Ii th \u-cbct I ween Miami and Homestead 4'J)... bottle. Sold by Red Cross LES, or MONEY BACK. reduced to->.., iraiu a dn wway.. ia\ ?:( )Miami! a. m., and returning leave -4
Pharmacy and Eau Gallie i 1:00 phi. arriving. mi 2)41 p i" F..r mrrt-ct sthednle see any agent of the .

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{4t Jftirh.f"; o'r-,. ',"; latter ': 'Wstruct : ''
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all.freight be .
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6 i$ : :- StOOOjWOj Thus falsification, of records equipped with Allow no one to deceive you In this..
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h'r-. { ;.zJ;. .. use All Counterfeits '
was./added to Imitations
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'i '- >:other chargesof brakes:. This costs at the rate'of $60 "Just-as-good" but = i
.'Jo Import.CanalUborere.ftnania crookedness in:the",management of a,car. of its 210,000 freight Experiments that trifle, with and endanger the health of .-
,* .tte ? canal commission' the, great .fiduciary trust. Infants and Children
la said Another cars are thus equipped. will be the -:Experience 'against. Experiment.
'4 |te hare decided to Import 2,000 Chinese point,which still more has called down policy of.the Pennsylvania to bar,from '. -
t&-fld-'llkefnqmber: : of Japanese aid vlab of wrath',from'the policy holders its lines all cars not hl\"Ing'1he air .

I W.llana ijfor.a. :600 day: .contract,border and scorn: from' the public wa the discovery brakes: This move is "part'of, a new What is CASTOR.IA T*

'. .. ,to that a loan of $250,000 had beenmade '
t- s policy to Increase the safety' of railroad ,
=:I-T.1 "'relative efflcien to"the'Depew Improvement company .traffic. It was adopted since therecent Castoria is (a harmless substitute for Castor Ofl, Fare. n

41 -- cy and .stan in which,Senator pew"had a Harrisburg wreck. goric,,Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant It <
!6if-_ $ ,. r ;Ink of the: different large Interest, notwithstanding that contains neither
-; I New Long Distance Train Record. Opium, Morphine'Dor other Narcotic .
;c c '" the. .
... .; '. ., nationalidea the,assessors company had/placed at $150,000. value of The special. train on the Santa Fe substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
for The
canal par -
,' 'tif."lr.4 : work,This class tlc larly Impressive feature' this railroad chartered by Walter Scott and allays Fcrerishness. It.cures, Diarrhoea and Wind
,/ the rich Death Valley'gold'miner completed Colic. It relieves 'l'eethlng'1.roubles:
transaction cures Constipationand
-i. ;f?) ; 'or' 'laborers will however, .was, that Mr.
-!! .., a record trip from,Los Angeles, Flatulency. It assimilates the Food '
ifI.1t.r.. .z' not DO entitled Depew himself voted for the Wan as a regulates the
3V 'ii" director of Cal, to Chicago July,11, a distance of Stomach and, Bowels ,
:! ..: to enter the .the society at the same giving healthy and natural sleep. '
,"'' :':':__ ,\" '; "'; "'Un'States.. time that be was drawing a salary.of 2,26 miles, hi 44 hours and 56 mIn- lhe,Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. .
: 120,000 as special counsel utes. This was twelve hours faster ;
f I. Chairman
,i "J .; The than the time of the regular Santa Fe
fact came ,
out that Senator: >
'fiil Shouts and 'the e. GENUINE
\ .
Limited. Scott is said to have
;het- engineer, John pew, who Is now In Europe ,had .ten paid
.'.;.. $5,500"for the '
ti""" dered his resignation asa dllectortofthe' trip.
:1 t-? LIplia r... 8tevena F. StevensDace Bears the Signature: of
;. EquItable
; .. been,.in' contef- -before be left this coun-
::., -epee on. this and other phases of the try. Mr.;Ifepew'protests' that he had .1[EDUCATIONALEducational ]I'

>:4ti. -great..undertaking. ,and they are preparing nothing to do;:with securing the loan

-4 to. leave.Washington for Panama and Insists' that;the Depew Improve.meat

; July: la :The family of Stevens expect company is still perfectly sound.. Autocracy Charged ,

to follow him and take up their s Chairman Morton announced: a Miss Margaret A. Haley;head Of the

' ; residence on the: isthmus next fall sweeping cut of from 10 to 20 per cent Chicago Federation of Teachers, who .'
in the salaries of all officers was ruled out of order arbitrarily by
and employees -
Calls, Canal a Humbug. of the society who received President Maxwell when she sought to The KM You Have Always BoughtIn
Former Interstate <
Commerce Commissioner $2,500 or more., Mr. Tarbell Is re prevent the carrying out of the proposed
-.. Yeomens has caused a lot of tained. Twelve directors plan, of reincorporating the
,new chosen
talk by his statement that no Panama by the Ryan trustees to;to-represent.the National Educational association at Use For Over 30 Years.

is g' fcanal would ever. be built and that no holders the Asbury Park convention, Is preparing
p policy were accepted'July 14. TNI CUmUII COHMNV. MURftAT THbCT NEW VOW CTPfc
American engineer ever said the project to make .
; Demand For Structural Steel .., '_. '" :. 4' > '
was even feasible "who was not good her threat ,
try paid,for his statement" ,He explained According to the Iron' Age the pres- of a legal fight

' ',:.' this by charging that the railroads eon- sure for deliveries of structural steel against what

= trolled'the.situation and that the has been so great in the last few weeks she
regards as
project was tilled because It that orders are being sent abroad 4ml '- a demutualiza- DO YOU WANT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT THE

was feasible. He says no engineer has premiums are being paid for prompt tlon of the as' .
K ever found rock.or clay bank In the I delivery The American Bridge com sociation. She

Culebra cut, and he calls attention to I parry alone took'orders for 25,000 tons. declares, further EAST COAST OF FLORIDA?
Western roads are also ordering steel
the fact that every man selected to do that if the
cars' again, and there is a revival in
the work' so tar has been picked'from plan is carried
the wire trade.Prick's Especially regardin/Fruit Growing,Trucking and
a transcontinental' railroad, asking, out the association General Farming? If 8). subscribe for the...........
t ,"Would you select a competitor to do $20,000,000 Buildings.H will be controlled .

' business for you?" 0. ,1"r1ck announced' July 11 at1 b y a n FLORIDA EAST COAST HOMESEEKER.

- Russell. Succeeds Bowen. Plttsburg'that he was preparing to autocracy and
Y' spend $10,000,000 In the erection of an that' the entireMargaret
William W. Russell of Maryland, PER ANNUM.
office building and as much more fora public school ISSUED ONCE A MONTH.
.formerly secretary of legation at Caracas A. Haley. SAMPLE COPY FREE.
new hotel to be called the Frick. He system 0 f our ADDRESS,
+ :and more recently minister to Co-
: proposes to make both of these buildings country will be virtually under the

i. Venezuela.lombia, has been appointed' minister) to the finest in the world. control of a few men who wish to further E. T, BLACKMAN, Editor, MIAMI, FLORIDA

their own Interests. The
Lawson Jn the Weet. proposed s
.F Hooker Trial Begun. constitution
new cannot be amended
Thomas. Lawson of Boston beganhis
; Warren.B. Hooker, the accused justice speech campaign at Ottawa, Kan., except by act of congress, and underit John Stetson UniversityDE i
of'the New York supreme court, 8 the rank and file of the teachers
July and after two days his voice
.- waS brought before the legislature ou will be denied a voice in the affairs of
gave out but with rest and-treatment
'3. *July 10 and made the plea of not his tour was resumed, and he was able the association.- The executive committee LAND, FLA y

'. Ills counsel announced that limited to sixty members, will
to make himself
heard. '
He proposedthat Affiliated With The of '
' ,g.. witnesses would be 'called and that the people should apply the system's be self perpetuating and self governing University Chicago + ;

himself would take the rind will have absolute control
Mr. Hooker
J3 method to the system, first by ARTS-The standards are those of the University of Chicago.
stand. A sensational incident occurred divorcing themselves from the system permanent fund now amountingto Stetson's graduates receive their degrees from both Stetson and Chicago.

when Editor Wardman of the Newt and selling their shares of stocks and $143,000. Miss Haley says that for COLLEGE OF LAW Graduates of this College are admitted to practice law in Florida
w forthwith years there has been afoot without examination.
York Press was summoned a pojwerful
bonds to the votaries of high finance at
effort to make despotism out of COLLEGE OF TECHXOLOGY Mechanical, Civil. Electrical
because of an article charging that a : our Engineering and Manual
the high ,The ;
present prices.
powerful influences and boodle were at money entire school system. Power has been Training courses leading to degrees. Fine new building, costly equipmentCOLLEGE
thus Realized is to be in banksor
L, placed OF BUSINESS-Banking in all its branches.
centralized until "there exists Book-keeping by best methods. 'a
the bench and more
work Hooker on
to keep
trust in state Elective in other
companies or or municipal courses open Departments Large Faculty and commodious building. '
} terrorized or oppressed body than the :
cloud of scandal was hanging
a bonds. This he thought,would PREPARATORY ACADEMY Graduates prepared to enter Harvard, Yale, Princeton
Q over,the legislature. Wardman said he force the system to,throw over its se- public school teachers. Cornel, Michigan, Chicago and all first class Colleges.

didn't know who wrote the article and curities, which could then be purchasedat Growth of School Savings Banks. NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-l.Kindergarten in its own buildin 2. Primary

q refused to find out. their real values, with the result of "The school savings bank plan," say and teachers Grammar School in separate building. This School especially prepares Public School

5fc '" Bell Blocks Prosecution. 2 reducing the rate of freight and pas- its.founder, J. U. Thiry of Long Island MUSIC SCHOOL_A
pipe organ, a dozen pianos,separate building, large
John C. Bell, Philadelphia .district senger rates generally. At St. Paul City, "after twenty years of growth is thorough courses study. faculty '

( attorney refused Mayor Weaver's request he admitted that he had several millions now practiced in 1,089! schools of 109 ART SCHOOL-New studio. Costly casts,models etc.

o that Indictments be presented which he has got unfairly, and cities of 22 different states, and the Stetson has a faculty of 48 professors and instructors. They hold degrees from the Uni

against the chief criminals in the_filtration he proposes to give it back at the sum $2,782,012 has been saved by versity of Chicago, Harvard, Yale Dartmouth, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Bryn ;

contract conspiracy upon a great proper time.Tobacco 191,009 pupils. Of this sum $610,939 Mawr, Bucknell, University of Michigan, Dennison and other Universities. There are over i
$300,000.00 in buildings and equipment
;nearly a quarter million dollar endowment
mass of evidence furnished: Later Mr. Trust Buys Rival. remained on deposit at the first of the ed library ofovt'r 13,000 volumes; a beautiful chapel with costly furnishings,including stained

Bell also refused to take action before The sale of the entire business of year." Mr. Thiry says that the lessonsof glass windows, 7 oil paintings, a 10000.00 pipe organ;a gymnasium with complete apparatus;
thrift and thus havmade an enclosed athletic field running track, tennis courts, baseball diamond and
course which he had economy taught gridiron be.
a magistrate, a the Weyman Bros company of Pitts- esides
swimming, golf, rowing and other
sports separate buildings for
children ; men and women five
admitted more Independent, self ;
F ,previously advocated and burg to the American Tobacco company large laboratories for Chemistry, Physics, Bacteriology, Minerology and Biology; several
t that he had been all along the attorney : is announced. This is expected reliant and manly, giving them tour- large museums and shops; electric lights, electric bells, steam heat, cement walks, shell
}\ to James P. McNlchol and counsel for to give the trust the monopoly of the age to enter life's battle conscious of a roads;broad avenues, spacious campus shrubbery and trees;social literary, musical and other -
: force. students'clubs; star lecture courses Christian and not sectarian teaching. The location
the firm In which the McNlchols and snuff trade In this country and will reserve beautiful and healthful, and the expenses are low. u

Israel W. Durham were Interested.'fhe' dispose of its most powerful rival In For catalogs, views, folders and information, address the President,

4' councils refused to authorize tobacco. .
additional counsel ,
tile to employ
mayor A Higher B. & O. Dividend.

thus keeping the civil arm of the The directors of the Baltimore and s

law In control of the conspirators. A Ohio railroad declared, July 12, a semiannual Tutt'sPillswill

great wave of public indignation was dividend,of Z& per cent on the

t started by the district attorney's course common stock and the regular dividend
of action and meetings were held to save the dyspeptic from many
of 2 cent on the preferred
-_ The arrest of per days of misery,and enable him to cat
:Demand his resignation. stock. The common dividend is an increase wishes.
whatever he
They prevent "
Durham and MeNichol was advised by one-half per cent. AIRLINE RAIL VJ' :a..Y. g

,' the mayor's counsel SICK HEADACHE, -FOR-

The canvasses of policemen and the cause the food to assimilate and nourish I

tr, ,houses Investigation evidence of 100 cheap of more lodging than I TINDUSTRIALn 1 the body, give keen appetite Savannah, Columbia Southern Pines, I

60,000 bogus voters which the Durh Big Corn Crop Promiaed. Richmond Washington, Baltimore. '
of in past cam and solid muscle. Elegantly sugar ,
;: had made use
The preliminary returns of the department coated. = New -
Philadelphia York
paigns. 'Six indictments were returned of agriculture concerning the Take No ,
against Select Councilman
corn crop show an acreage of 5H,011-
charging him with misdemeanor in be- 000, or aa increase of 2,080,000 ov TWO ELEGANT TRAINS DAILY. :I .
:.Ing interested in city contracts.COMMERCIAL,.
14 last year. The condition of the crop up

r r to July 1 was 11 points better. Winter SEABOARD EXPRESS SEABOARD MAIL. ,1

5A L I I and spring wheat are ahead of last ,

year. Other cereals are up to the aver ',

age. The acreage of rice Is 172,OOO MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. ...

j;, Moro Still Equitable lower depths Croakednets.of financial degradation less than last year.:; The acreage of tobacco Seeds "

Is less.
sip have been sounded by the disclosures ONLY LrNE
_' ; evidence sub Through Subway Train an known by what they Lan
; contained In the (Iowa. For ball a century they Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to New
4witted to New York's Insurance superintendent Beginning with July 10 express haft been tbe standard-baVta't Or.eans.For .
of the run tho New Yorksubway AUied once to produce bigger,be&e. -
concerning the books trams were over. .prop then say othelL SoI4
One from Battery to'West Farms, b1 all dI&IezL 1003 Seed A.. full information and
r society. .. sleeper reservations call on Seaboard
Equitable Assurance ...,.SO anappllraatiD. agent, or ,.
attracted special attention north of the Harlem river. The station write to '

; point II:the which'denial of Jacob H. Schiff that at Bowling Green is -MO feet long M. FERRY DWoIt,&MIGh.CO.. A. 0. MAC DONELL, S. C. BOYI TOY, Jr.,

-i' '$oha, Loeb A Co. had ever sold Hal Air Brake For.All freight Car.. Asst. General Passenger Agent Passenger Agent ''

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.i: :tune'tolciee a'namber of biS;fine &oek'1)f thick and feet there is. no more work for the rail. Empire Trust Company N. Y., Florida -- '

'I, ,'t':. .,h";'-" "'!-.: '" '' .:. :Two,watai'eponts werenoii off Eau road and,the expensive machinery, and Bank &Trust Company JtCksonvilleFaTJ.TUSVILLEJ. _a

,p",. ,, < G.Bennettana.Jeese thq county wants to get rid of it as soon
Gallie last .,
..IiY < <.>' +; -rs, Foster:. ; ; week FLORIDA. '

y''. ; x \GIas8spent- a 'few days in ;Jackeonvilie ,August is expected' ,to be the ,banner as. possible.The -
farm farm
'i'J'i'H is the
,.t"i:c .. I.. month in the fish business.C. poor'
"" .i 4i which the board has decided to
"A: :Mr.;[ [Gustave':Nolle! has .bought the G. ,Redstone is.filling a house building be insufficient.,and unsuitable, having: \

ii.-''.;; Sakk'ett'place' : in' 'Mitns., ..He: and; Mrs.ff' contract in Melbourne. another .
;i: :None: wii.! .leave 'shortly!. = for their:' sewf Treutler's one. TITUSVILLE
1 : Mrs: boathouse is.completedand Counties which expect to go into the ,
home; ,. is being -- - *
1 painted. M M. .
now good roads business will find that Hills- - tfV- --
:.f week with Mr and
-1. 7Aft ,spending a j
i ; : The house boat for the Florida Fish & borough can give them a rare'bargain. .1J
t]i ,?._ Jas,.A; Taylor Mr, Jesse .
Produce Co. is nearly completed. Fashionable ClothiersGents'
::p.. Buky;'of Palatka, left forj: Miami..last Demand. .J

... .week on a visit to his annt...Mrs. David Services in the Methodist Episcopal Greatly '
-, > church on last well attended. Nothing is more in demand than a '
'Bmhhl Sunday were
.; medicine which meets modern requirements -
4t': ;Mr.&..A, Bobbitt speat'a few' days :K: Spiller is now busy making' his for a blood and system cleanser, and Furnishers. J

} 2l, :with his'nepheYi Mr,. Jas-Taylor,. last year's supply of grape wine.. The crop. is such as Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
before '''for avisit to his plentiful.Mrs. .- are just what you need to cure stomach
'week leaving
and liver troubles Try them. At Red '
Mk. home in Old Kentucky. "This will'be his Robbins and family, of Titusville, .Cross Pharmacy, 25c. e-uaranteed. The Queen QuaUtShoe for ladies is the ",'

h .first: vfeit therein twenty.years.INDIANOLA. were the{fiesta:: of Mr. and Mrs.Paddisonthe ..
-to most stylish and durable in the world. In ::
past eekScQpperoong, PARDONING BUSINESS.From .
THE addition we keep the famous Edwin Clapp and 11

t 'Mr.aud- Mrs! G.'K'Sweeny'and:- baby into the market.grapes The are now is coming the Jacksonville Metropolis.The Crossett Shoes. AH high class goods to be f
crop heavy, on of has after
,L have gone north on a holiday. the river in this section. state board pardons a found he';. Manhattan Shirts. E. & W. Collars :
few months
rest yf a begun to grind out ,
Mr. G. L. Wallace with a force of men, '
Stetson and Knox Hats. :
The launch Comet has just had an over pardons for criminals as of yore. It
y A' ; David A. Car-
are at work extending Mr
hauling on Hodgson's ways. This is one seems to be no difficult. matter to obtaina I

\ .ter'a dock. of the Florida Fish & Produce Co.'s fleet pardon or commutation of sentence in
is at work erecting a Anything and everything else that
; Mr. Lapham busy at this point, this state.It <

< t '- .floe two-story house.on the northern portion Stray hogs are damaging the pines on was said that there would be few men wear yon can buy Lere }-

.of his grove.. the plantations at East Melbourne, notably pardons granted by Gov. Browar 's ad-

Mrs J. R. Field: Mrs. Grant and little that of Mr. W. T. Wells. More fences ministration, but this assertion is not sus- MAIL ORDERS SPECIALLY SOLICITED,

daughter spent a happy.. day Tuesday will be needed.. tained.
f .i1' with hire Wallace.Thp Horace Bradford had the ill-luck to Some bad men have been turned loose

iufefe 3 mite has been busy the heavy again upon the communities and alreadyone SAN MATEO CIGARS4
:,r e k rust : fall from a tree he .was climbing at the
'.f t showers assisting it wonderfully, which Sunday school picnic last week. Horace of the pardoned is now under arrestto 1,

Fz: calls for more frequent'spraying says he can't be killed. be returned for bad conduct. He was Have Made a '

started Monday morning sent up for life and released condi-
"Our boys" Literature being sent through the Reputationof

;d s to round up. and brand the cattle on mails by the Kentucky military institute tionally. Their Own. :
which will take most of the week. Juries hear all the evidence in cases ''"*
range, advertising its southern home at Sarno,
that is possible to secure, and the supreme The success of the San Mateo Cigaris
P Mr. Cannata bas rented the Newell on the Eau Gallie river. r ,
court carefully reviews the evidence and
of the
one greatest
for few months having had sox
house a ,
Kentucky institute will
military pronounces it good, and the conviction the East Coast since the freeze. :
much work here lately' prospects_ arriat their Florida home at Ean Gallieon proper. Then the board of pardons
more buildings going up, so brought his their own special train over the East Made from the choicest growths of tobacco that the peninsula of Florida and the
the of
family from Georgian a few days ago. Coast line The school has a fine military upon plea, some attorney, sets Island of Cuba can produce, and wrapped with the rich, silky leaf grown on East ;
4- aside the courts and makes as far as it Coast plantations, the cigar industry of the world has never produced a better article.

: Where are you sick? Headache, ,foul- band. can', desperate and bloodthirsty men the For gale by all Ute t\tlinjl hotels and clubs and by the Union News Company

tongue, no appetite,'lack energy, pain,in ]Improve-uenta will shortly be inaug equal of the best men in the land so far on every train filtering Florida. -1<

your stomach, constipation. Hollister's urated at Sarno and the Hotel du Nil. as legal rights are concerned. Twenty Sizes, Styles and Grades to select from. .

\ Rocky Mountain Tea will make you well Col Fowler, of Kentucky, will be the ,.These pardoned criminals can be seen Manufactured by s. W. ROWLEY San Mateo Fla.

'e and,keep you well. 35 cents Ask your lessee for the next season. This point is all over the state, and some of them are ,

druggist peculiarly well adapted for a military reported to be bad characters'still.Talk .
s school. The extensive grounds about about the enormity of lynch law,

. KOCKLKDGE. the property will be ample fort the students but is there not some excuse for it when SCREENS
4 .
Mrs. of was visiting thus humiliatedby ,
Same Courtenay, law-abiding people are IT -

J her parents at Rockledge this week. having murderers, thieves and per-

Mr. Oeser left Monday morning for MELBOURNE. jurers thrust upon them by the acts of For doors and windows

: different parts of Oregon and California. Mr. Frank Gautier, of Jacksonville, the board of pardons as their equals in

was in town Wednesday.Mr. law, and after a brief confinement in
Mr. Fat Hardee who- has been in New ,i covered with any wire...

! York for a while, .returned home this and Mrs Piazza, of Micco, are prisuu?

rt week. guests of the McBride House this week.

a: M Lipp and Mrs. Aldridge' and'little Capt. Alex. J. Goode and family, of Weekly Weather Beport. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY co..

x son spent Wednesday in :Rockledge visiting Neptune are expected in Melbourne this tr.S.DKPAETMBNT OF BUBXAU.AGBICULTUKB WKATHKB Dealers in Lumber and Builders' Material.

fnends. week to spend the summer.
4, c r 4 JUPITER, FLA., July 25. 1905. Eau Gallie, Florida.
Mr. Charlie Alexander returned Tues I Messrs. N. Downey, Sherman Snedekerand
Comparative statement of temperaturesand
day from Georgia and reports having. had E. Hedge have finished painting rainfall for the week ending Tuesday,

a,fine time. Mayor C. H. Stewart's house. Jane 20. 1905 J. R.ALKEB. H. B. MACE.

Mr. and Mrs. Dymock left Tuesday for Col. Shave, of Eau Gallie, was in Melbourne DATE.: MAX 1905 MIK. MAX.1904 HIM. JOHN R. WALKER & CO.,

New Haven, from there they'go to New last week looking over his late July" 19. 88 78 81 73
20. 89 79 87 73
York to take the steamship for England. purchase of turpentine lands. 21. 90 76 90 74 Titusville Fla.,

Mr. Fred Fee/ of Fort Pierce 22. 92 75 91 68
COCOA. was a ." 23. 88 76 87 73
pleasant visitor in town Wednesday, coming 24. 88 78 88 73
Mr. Fred Travis's new boat, which was 25 86 73 86 72
up to visit:: his mother, Mra. Frank DRY GOODS
built at Fort Lauderdale, arrived in Cocoa Total rainfall for the week. 018 in. '
Fee, and attend the Brown-Stephens Departure rainfall for the week minus 1.01 ,
Sunday night at about 9 o'clock with wedding.Mr. inches. *.
v Messrs. Fred Travis and Bennett on Departure rainfall since Jan ist,1905 minus
board. C. M. Beaujean has finished the 4.35 inches.

inside work on the Gibbs house. Mr. H. P. HARDIN. CLOTHING
T The Wise Gays club gave their first Official in Charge.
Hedges will paint|it. Mr. Prang has put JGENTS'
annual ball n' Wednesday evening of
in cetnent piers under the house and done .
last week at Cocoa Opera House. Musicwas
furnished by the Titusville orchestra. away with the wood. : -. FUR N I SIZINGS

: The tax payers of Melbourne would re- ,
p Refreshments were nicely served by Mrs.
Fred Aldridge.On spectfully call the attention of our town AversLosing

council to the bad condition of our city
Tuesday afternoon at 3 p. m. the SHOES
dock. It needs repairs before the August
little friends of Charlie Aldridge gatheredat and )
September storms come.
his home to help him celebrate his .
sixth birthday. The little folks played We are pleased to report that Mrs. Edgar your hair? Comingout

games for a while and had a gay time Jones has bought the lot between the by the combful ? And MILLINERY

then all were called to come and take Hogg house and Moore cottage, on New doing nothing? No sense in :

; seats around the long table, which was Haven avenue. Mrs. Jones came to Melbourne that! Why don't you use

: beautifully decorated. In the center of some years ago for her health. Ayer's Hair Vigor and

the table was 'a birthday cake with six She finds Melbourne a healthy location FURNITURE.

; : burning candles: The little ones did full with charming people for neighbors, and Hair

justice to the bountiful spread. Those after going to other places has returned, Vigor .

present were Maud and Vera Hindle, and we trust will have built a home here =:: --;;...;. .;.::.:.::.:.:: .:. -' --
Mary White E.lith Paine, Pauline Paine, soon. Mr. and Mrs. Jones and son are promptly stop the falling? We want :

<. : Anita Travis. : Cecil and Leland Hindle, just the class of people Melbourne want, Your hair will begin to grow, your patronage.Our .

Eddy and Victor White, George Paine I and our people are delighted at this too, and all dandruff will dis aim is to please YOU f

and Raymond Williforl. All went home purchase. appear. Could you reasonably -
'Charlie would have New, Up-to-Date Goods in
pleased, wishing expect anything better? every
Boy It Now. I
another birthday soon. I "'. Hair Vitror is a great mirees with Line.
Now is the time to buy Chamberlain'sColic I me. Mr hair was Nliiux out very t the flair Yiiir t"I"11t nd InY ImirUall
L I ? nee
= Beautify your complexion with little i Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. right.-. C. lU.j.-iiK. Linsisay. CaL Mail orders receive prompt and>

cost. If you wish a smooth, clear, cream- I It is certain to be needed sooner or later f All 100 dnigfUtS.a bot!>. f J.,...w r.-AVER" Maw.tai CO... careful
: attention.
like complexion rosy cheeks,. laughing and when that time comes yon will needit ISM OMIBIB

w : eyes, take Hollister's Rocky :Mountain badly-you will need it quickly. Buyit

a >i Tea; the greatest beautifier known. 85 now. It may save life. For sale by Thin Hair JOHN R. WALKER & CO. Titaille! Fla-

cents. Ask your druggist. Red Cross Pharmacy. I ,
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